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rosette

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrosettero‧sette /rəʊˈzet $ roʊ-/ noun [countable]  1 WINSUPPORT A TEAM OR PLAYER British English a circular badge made of coloured ribbon that is given to the winner of a competition, or that people in Britain wear to show support for a particular football team or political party2 DECORATEa shape like a round flat flower that has been made in stone or wood
Examples from the Corpus
rosetteIn submersed plants the leaves form a rosette.These grow in a rosette borne on a thick, cylindrical, horizontal rootstock.Round, spoon-shaped, reddish-green leaves in a rosette formation glistened.The subterranean rhizome is generally short, the narrow leaves forming a dense rosette.The whorls are arranged densely and alternately on the stem to form rosettes.The main body spots are grouped in rosettes.
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