Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rose. (verb)
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Use "rosés" in a sentence
"In the woods you will find blackberries, and wild roses, like those in England; and _red_ berries, as well as _black_ berries, and _lilies_ as well as _roses_."
"Too right! in the philosophy book this is quoted from he plays with language. its says when u say a rose has no teeth, its so ambigous u could then say when the rose is inside the cows mouth it has teeth. we dont specify where the teeth would be if roses had teeth so it is possible for roses to have teeth in the mouth of the beast."
"Beauty means the scent of roses and then the death of roses ""