Definition of Rosits
1. rosit [v] - See also: rosit
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rosits
Literary usage of Rosits
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Life of Gouverneur Morris: With Selections from His Correspondence and by Jared Sparks (1832)
"THE KING DE- rOSITS MONET IN THE HANDS Or Mil MORRIS.—DUTCH IBS or OB- LEANS. SCARCELY had Mr Morris departed from Paris, when an article came out in ..."
2. The Forces of Freedom in Spain, 1974-1979: A Personal Account by Samuel D. Eaton (1981)
"... handpicked by Franco to carry on the Francoist tradition, is assassinated by Basque ter- rosits. He is replaced by Carlos Arias Navarro. ..."
3. Geology of Western Ore Deposits by Arthur Lakes (1905)
"rosiTs. H•1M the deep basin i< «' ' LZ <' 11 'f'« tit'tn broken into •<' |!->t 111: o |:p il D |I i |: i IH later still by a < •f 1 e«i". ..."
4. Logic, Inductive and Deductive: An Introduction to Scientific Method by Adam Leroy Jones (1909)
"... In the earlier Miocene and perhaps the later Eocene (•rosits of some parts of Europe, another extinct animal ii been discovered, which Cuvier, ..."