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rose-colored

Of a shade of pink. I'm going to wear a rose-colored dress to the wedding this weekend. We love watching the rose-colored clouds at sunset.
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Critique: An inherently fascinating and thoroughly absorbing read from beginning to end, "Seeing the World Through Rose-Colored Trifocals: No-Nonsense Observations on Getting Older" is very highly recommended and certain to be an enduringly favorite acquisition for community library collections.
Three recent reports about attitudes at the end of the "Uh-Ohs" (the '00s) indicate that the bloom has indeed come off those rose-colored glasses.
5 mm long; sepals rose-colored, linear-triangular, acuminate, 4-4.
Homestead's new offerings by Mexican actress and singer Thalia feature bright hits of color, including a bright blue tie-dye and a deep rose-colored, floral-infused bed.
Can you take a step back and look at your firm without those rose-colored glasses?
Cook's daughter, Vanessa Dodd, 28, even met her husband -- the son of the previous pastor -- at the church, and marched down the rose-colored aisle just two years ago.
The building is encased in a rose-colored brick with expansive windows and balconies, offering great views of the city.
Her rose-colored picture of Iran, encouraged for years by her relatives in exile, soon turned another shade altogether.
The book, a memoir of Swofford's experiences as a scout sniper in the Persian Gulf War, doesn't look at life in the Corps with rose-colored glasses.
Investors are sometimes accused of seeing the world through rose-colored glasses.
The grim facts about "Che" are much less pleasant than the rose-colored world painted by propagandists.
While his own intelligence services, military advisers, Republican colleagues and even his secretary of state have said that Iraq is in chaos, Bush still presents a version of Iraq seen through rose-colored glasses.
Several thousand people visit on an average day, some rising before dawn so they can see sunrise on the magnificent rose-colored sandstone buildings.
Although surprises in business are also unpredictable, some "surprises" are more the result of looking through a pair of those infamous rose-colored glasses.
Flipping through the months showed how the year was color-coded--with Lent tinted pale purple, Advent a rose-colored hue, feast days gleaming bright red, and Fridays and other selected days sporting a morose green fish.