Definition of Rose of china

1. Noun. Large showy Asiatic shrub or small tree having large single or double red to deep-red flowers.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rose Of China

Rosaline
Rosalyn
Rosamond
Rosamund
Rosanna
Rosanne
Roscian
Roscoe
Roscoe-Bunsen law
Rose
Rose's position
Rose-Bradford kidney
Rose-Waaler test
Rose Louise Hovick
Rose Sunday
Rose of China
Rose of Tralee
Roseanne
Roseau
Rosellinia
Roselyn
Rosemarie
Rosemary
Rosen
Rosenbach's disease
Rosenbach's law
Rosenbach's sign
Rosenbach's test
Rosenbach-Gmelin test
Rosenbaum

Literary usage of Rose of china

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1. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge edited by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1884)
"489. ROSENMÜLLER, Johann Georg, theologian, XIV. 440. Ernst Friedrich Karl, l b. Rose of China, VIII. ..."

2. A General and Analytical Index to the American Cyclopaedia by Thomas Jefferson Conant, Blandina Conant (1878)
"ROSENMÜLLER, Johann Georg, theologian, XIV. 440. Ernst Friedrich Karl, l b. Rose of China,VIll. ..."

3. The Propagation of Plants: Giving the Principles which Govern the by Andrew Samuel Fuller (1887)
"... or Rose of Sharon (H. Syria- cus), and the Rose of China (//. liosa Sinensis), largely cultivated as greenhouse plants in cold climates. ..."

4. Nature's Garden: An Aid to Knowledge of Our Wild Flowers and Their Insect by Neltje Blanchan (1907)
"Only its cousin the hollyhock, a native of China, can vie with the rose-mallow's decorative splendor among the shrubbery; and the Rose of China (Hibiscus ..."

5. The American Cyclopædia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1873)
"... rose of China, thuja, and olea fragrant, the flowers of which are used to flavor the finest teas ..."

6. Nature's Garden: An Aid to Knowledge of Our Wild Flowers and Their Insect by Neltje Blanchan (1900)
"Only its cousin the hollyhock, a native of China, can vie with the rose-mallow's decorative splendor among the shrubbery; and the Rose of China (Hibiscus ..."

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