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not on duty, absent, finished, inoperative, negligible, outside, postponed, slender, slight, slim.
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[ Latin] A cluster of leaves arising in close circles from a central axis( bot.); a thin plate formed by the coalescence of the basals of a larval Crinoid; a large ciliated funnel leading out of the anterior sperm reservoir of the Earthworm( zool.).


bond, braid, bunch, coil, connection, contortion, entanglement, gnarl, helix, hitch, kink, ligament, ligature, link, mat, nexus, perplexity, rosette, snag, snarl, spiral, splice, tangle, tie, twirl, twist, warp, whirl, whorl, yoke, Vinculum, joint, screw.
love knot
truelove knot, true lovers' knot, lovers' knot, badge of loyalty.
blush, flush, pink, red, rouge.
little potato, rose window, russet scab, stem canker.
Examples of usage:
  1. In a moment her soft fingers attached the rosette to his jacket. – The Worlds Greatest Books Vol. II: Fiction by Arthur Mee, J. A. Hammerton, Eds.
  2. Each spot resembles a rosette, and consists of a black ring with a single dark- colored spot in the middle. – New National Fourth Reader by Charles J. Barnes and J. Marshall Hawkes
  3. Patty turned it smartly up, at one side, and fastened it with a rosette of dull blue velvet and a silver buckle. – Patty's Success by Carolyn Wells
  4. Under his very smart three- cornered hat of black beaver with its fashionable rosette, his thick, bronze- black, vigorous hair, which was worn in a queue and tied with an ample ribbon, had the same rebellious wave in it that Barbara's had. – Barbara Ladd by Charles G. D. Roberts
  5. Commence by lining the bottom, placing the pieces so as to form a star or rosette, or plain, according to fancy. – Hand-Book of Practical Cookery for Ladies and Professional Cooks by Pierre Blot