Definition of Rugosas

1. rugosa [n] - See also: rugosa



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rugosas

ruggy
rugin
rugined
rugines
rugining
rugins
rugitus
ruglike
rugmaker
rugmakers
rugmaking
rugola
rugolas
rugosa
rugosas (current term)
rugose
rugosely
rugosities
rugosity
rugous
rugrat
rugrats
rugs
rugula
rugulah
rugulose
ruhmkorff's coil
ruin
ruinable

Literary usage of Rugosas

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1. The American Flower Garden by Neltje Blanchan, Leonard Barron (1909)
"Before the May tulips have extinguished their flames, the hardy, clean-leaved vermin-proof rugosas open and fill the air with the true rose odour. ..."

2. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia by Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1870)
"Yet on comparing our shell with an extensive series of good specimens of E. rugosas, Hall, it is found to be greatly larger than any known authentic ..."

3. The Practical Book of Outdoor Rose Growing for the Home Garden by George Clifford Thomas (1920)
"In such localities, owing to the shorter season of growth and cooler summers, Hybrid Perpetuals bloom for a longer period than farther south; rugosas give ..."

4. The American Rose Annual by American Rose Society (1922)
"If space permits, some of the rugosas and Hybrid Perpetuals may be included in the plan, ... The Hybrid Perpetuals and rugosas withstand these conditions, ..."

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