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Everything in the garden is rosy.

something that you say which means that there are no problems in a situation (often negative) But not everything in the garden is rosy. Sales may look good but they're actually 10% down on last year.
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rosy

mod. good; satisfactory. (As a life that is seen through rose-colored glasses.) Things are looking rosy now that the economy is improving.
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When you go to another country I don't think people should expect that you walk in and bring in your ideas - ideas that may be different to those a lot of the players and staff are used to - and everything will just go rosily.
Just as interesting is the Transit Art Cafe, a delightful laid-back place in the city where Rosily Geri, 37, a local baker's daughter, has transformed a 1960s' former bus station into a restaurant and centre for the arts.
But even as we complicate early modern London's cosmopolitanism by insisting on its complicities with practices of exclusion, we can all too easily reproduce an interpretive tendency endemic to modern multiculturalism: that is, understanding the relations between London's different cultures (whether linguistic, religious, or ethnic) in simply secular and spatial terms, as the favored American images of the mosaic and the rainbow or, less rosily, the ghetto and the gated community all suggest.
cucullata (Born) from Airlie Island, Rosily Island, Varanus Island, Hermite Island, King Bay and East Lewis Island in the north of Western Australia are infected by a second species of pathogenic haplosporidan protozoan, Haplosporidium sp.
speaking rosily of a Cubs team that finished 79-83 and fourth in the NL Central last season.
And if the programmed events are any indication, they are bouncing back rosily.
Property, a frequently occurring word in this story, is the object of adoration that triggers wordplay: "Shoes, the rug--he saw the rug--and the foot of a table rising from the weave, thickening as it treed its top--was it rosily wooded?