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be all roses

To be an easy, comfortable situation. After John complained about his long, tiring day at work, his father turned to him and said, "So your new job in construction isn't all roses, huh?"
See also: all, rose
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be all ˈroses

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be a bed of ˈroses

(also be ˌroses, ˌroses all the ˈway) (informal) be easy, comfortable or pleasant: Being a rock star isn’t all roses, you know.Don’t expect married life to be a bed of roses, because it’s not.
See also: all, rose
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