roseate

[ roh-zee-it, -eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF roseate

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I can not believe that, to produce one roseate complexion, she must etiolate a thousand.

But life was not all roseate for Franklin; he and the other envoys had plenty of work to do.

Photogravures in rich oaken frames adorned the roseate walls.

Who knows but that his roseate color is only the blush of his flowers?

The author resorts to no roseate colouring, nor any kind of varnish.

Already had the aurora tinged the horizon with roseate hues.

And youve got to stick to me for the future, like a roseate leech.

There was quite a crowd of us there, and it had been an evening of exalted and roseate patriotism.

With this roseate view Mr. Rogers did not entirely coincide.

"Willingly," said Belle-bouche, smiling with a roseate blush.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from Latin roseus (see rose (n.1)) + -ate.

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