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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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The colour is creamy and perfect for an English complexion, toning down the rosiness that can make me look like a casualty of too many sherries in winter.
Brombert, whose source is the revised edition, renders the passage gracefully, even replicates Svevo's alliteration: "a golden amber suffused with the rosiness of robust health" (2).
What is in the melting pot is the rosiness of the future.
With their gala multicoloured costumes, fruit baskets and pottery, they put on an intense show of rosiness, talent and tradition.
Her friendly smile reflects the rosiness of the tomatoes.
Lamm's views are exactly opposite from the insistent rosiness of Reagan, Jack Kemp, and George Gilder.