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Florence was handsome, with catlike eyes, a generous rosebud mouth, a languid, seductive manner and a pouting expression.
One of Burden’s favorites was the Broadway Rose, named for the rosebuds on its finial ornament on top of the globes.
Begin to tightly roll a red sour strap into a rosebud, then loosely twist it while continuing to wrap it around the bud to form the petals.
Now there's a rosebud the size of a quarter smack in the windshield.
In celebration, serve cups of Harney & Sons caffeine-free Mother's Bouquet Tea, which combines chamomile, rosebuds, and citrus flavors.
Flowers which air dry well include goldenrod, hydrangea, statice, strawflower, celosia, rosebuds, yarrow, globe amaranth, grass plumes, rudbeckia, bachelor's buttons, zinnias and sunflower, to name a few.
The princess received a ruby engagement ring that was designed by her future husband to look like a rosebud.
In the Valley of Roses, about six hours south of Marrakesh, hikers can watch rosebuds being picked and dried for use in essential oils, potpourri, and rosewater.
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Definition of rosebud for English Language Learners
: the flower of a rose that has not opened : the bud of a rose
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