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rose colored

adjective as in rosy

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There are times when we remember our experiences through rose-colored glasses.

LeCun is not wearing rose-colored lenses when it comes to privacy concerns and all that data.

Mark Glaze, the Executive Director of MAIG, viewed the election results through a rose-colored lens.

So he just genuinely has these rose-colored glasses when it comes to Selina.

Still, “nobody has rose-colored glasses,” she made clear, and the negotiations might even be a precursor to war.

Then, too, we saw in one section of this universe a secondary group, composed of great numbers of rose-colored and blue stars.

Along the four sides ran a wide gallery of Moorish ogives carved with trifoil and supported by low pillars of rose-colored marble.

Richard wore a rose-colored tunic of satin, belted with jewels.

The husk is of a yellowish green color, with long rose-colored stripes.

He paid her his first compliment the night the rose-colored satin-dress came home.

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On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rose-colored, such as: rosy, utopian, assured, bright, buoyant, and cheerful.

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

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