Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


We are just alike, except that she is rose colored and I am blue.

I take only the money in a linen bag, and the box of rose colored sugar which is a gift from my captain to the Lady Loring.

I shall only remark that her ruffles and collar were edged with silk network ornamented with rose—colored pompons.

Finally the good man produced the paper in question, rose colored and perfumed.

The young leaves are rose colored when they unfold, and when full grown are six inches wide.

The fruit somewhat resembles that of the common cucumber tree, but is rose colored when fully ripe.

The white sacque was tied with rose colored ribbons, and with her fluffy, curly hair she looked like an old baby.

The sofa was piled with a number of grey and rose colored cushions.

The flower heads, about an inch in diameter, are rose colored, and rise to the height of about one foot from the ground.

Although usually white, I am always described as rose colored in hue.