Rosalind [roz-uh-lind, roh-zuh-] Examples noun

  1. a female given name.

Examples from the Web for rosalind Contemporary Examples of rosalind

  • Rosalind Seysses, my mother-in-law, has been a longtime model, mentor, and support.

    Yes, Women Can Make Great Wine

    Jordan Salcito

    March 22, 2014

  • Rosalind C. Barnett and Caryl Rivers reveal the sober truth behind the numbers.

    Don’t Call Women the Richer Sex!

    Rosalind C. Barnett, Caryl Rivers

    April 28, 2012

  • Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell talk so fast that the speed of their dialogue is a joke in itself.

    Nora Ephron’s Favorite Love Stories

    Nora Ephron

    February 14, 2012

  • Gender-studies experts Caryl Rivers and Rosalind Barnett on how to reverse the damage.

    New Research: How Girls Can Win in Math and Science

    Caryl Rivers, Rosalind C. Barnett

    January 16, 2012

  • I told Jackman—only half in jest—that he was a combination of Gary Cooper, Gene Kelly, and Rosalind Russell.

    Neil Patrick Harris Hosts the Tonys

    Kevin Sessums

    June 10, 2011

  • Historical Examples of rosalind

  • To this wrestling match, therefore, Celia and Rosalind went.

    Tales from Shakespeare

    Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb

  • Celia wished the young stranger might not be hurt; but Rosalind felt most for him.

    Tales from Shakespeare

    Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb

  • Rosalind replied, “The duke, my father, loved his father dearly.”

    Tales from Shakespeare

    Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb

  • But occasionally Rosalind would say, “I do believe, my dear, that you are really as clever as ever!”

    Prince Prigio

    Andrew Lang

  • Lady Rosalind came sweeping down, with a smile on her kind face.

    Prince Prigio

    Andrew Lang

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