rosaceous

adjective
ro·​sa·​ceous | \ rō-ˈzā-shəs \

Definition of rosaceous

: of or relating to roses or the rose family a faint rosaceous aroma rosaceous genera

First Known Use of rosaceous

1701, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for rosaceous

ultimately from Latin rosa

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