Examples of rosemary in a Sentence
The recipe calls for a tablespoon of rosemary.
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Remove the rosemary from the pan or just move it to the side.
Press the extra sprigs of rosemary, sage and marjoram against the roast, and use a few lengths of butcher’s twine to secure them.
Gin goes well with tarragon or rosemary, and whiskey likes the bright touch of peaches or apricots.
The queen, wearing an electric blue coat and hat trimmed in black fur and holding a nosegay of daffodils, primroses, freesias, rosemary, thyme and ivy leaves, gave each recipient a red and a white purse.
Triple Berry Pie with Rosemary Lime Crust uses fresh rosemary and lime zest to complement spring and summer’s juiciest fruits.
Almost all herbs thrive in containers, especially the summer flavors of basil, rosemary, parsley, stevia, chives, mints and lavender.
In this recipe, Dijon mustard works to bind minced garlic, dried thyme and crushed rosemary together, creating a textured coating that's the perfect contrast to the juicy roast beef.
The makeshift hive sits nestled among garden boxes overflowing with lavender and rosemary, a delicate contrast to the jagged skyscrapers that loom in the distance.
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Definition of rosemary for English Language Learners
: an herb that has a sweet smell and that is used in cooking and perfumes
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