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rose-colored glasses

An unduly idealistic, optimistic, sentimental, or wistful perspective on or about something. Primarily heard in US. I know Sarah looks on our childhood with rose-colored glasses, but I can't put aside how difficult my parents' failing marriage was for all of us. Despite doing worse every quarter for the last two years, our boss keeps seeing the business through rose-colored glasses. You need to take off your rose-colored glasses for a moment and realize that there are serious problems in the world that need fixing.
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Lead nail technician Rebecca Jade Wilson created the look by starting with a base of Orly Rose-Coloured Glasses and adding loose glitter on the nail tips.
When you own a horse like this you have rose-coloured glasses on.
For instance, you may feel that bad things won't happen to you, and if they do, you still remain positive and see that negative event through rose-coloured glasses.
uk THERE is no need to wear rose-coloured glasses when feasting your eyes on this beautiful sight.
If people in this country are not told of the real history, including the contribution of black people, then we will always view the history with rose-coloured glasses.
I have neither a tinted window nor rose-coloured glasses, I take a good look at traffic around me and see everything in black and white.
I think Alex has got rose-coloured glasses on," he said.
It's natural to feel stressed and overwhelmed and it's good you don't have rose-coloured glasses because you will experience ups and downs.
Through rose-coloured glasses - redefining the uae's retail experience O de Rose blossoms with patchwork furniture, pop art and ethnic fashion
Yes sir, those are genuine, Ottawa-issue rose-coloured glasses, their new Afghanistan line, no less.
With all the nostalgia shows on telly it seems we all want to remember the good old days and it's natural to look back with rose-coloured glasses.
Stop remembering 'that' person through rose-coloured glasses and focus on the fabulous future.
Because if so, the council needs to look at it again without the rose-coloured glasses.
Perhaps she has rose-coloured glasses but all I saw was a Labour administration and an opposition of Plaid and Independent councillors trying our very best to provide services to the people of the borough.
My love for music and singing will never change but the rose-coloured glasses are no longer so rosy.