Most people tend to see the world and themselves through rose-colored glasses
Fitzpatrick does not write with rose-colored glasses
or present the characters as ideals.
In her new memoir, entitled "The Kennedy Chronicles: The Golden Age of MTV Through Rose-Colored Glasses
," Kennedy claims that Jordan tried to negotiate a sexual encounter based on the results of a 1995 dice game, according to an excerpt obtained by (http://www.
See the world through rose-colored glasses
with one of Bella Notte's newest colors .
And in last month's final presidential debate Mitt Romney said, "I'm not going to wear rose-colored glasses
when it comes to Russia or Mr.
It is easy to look back on the past through rose-colored glasses
and to rejoice and be thankful for the bounty God provided then.
In reference to local production of automobiles, we do not want a report that sees things through rose-colored glasses
THEY SAY ROSE-COLORED GLASSES
MAKE THINGS look better than they really are, providing a refreshing break from black-and-white reality.
Narcissists make spectacles of their supposedly awesome selves, but they don't see the world entirely through rose-colored glasses
Narcissistic people tend to let everyone know around them that they are the best individuals, but studies show that narcissistic people do not see the world through rose-colored glasses
The prosecutor's office is aware of that, but looks at this case through rose-colored glasses
," the president's press service cited President Roza Otunbaeva as saying.
Dawnna Dukes said, according to the Austin American-Statesman, "Those rose-colored glasses
are way too thick.
Don't mistake me for a Pollyanna wearing rose-colored glasses
Your uncle, Sam, has great hindsight, but his foresight is hampered by his tendency to wear thick, rose-colored glasses
I worry that they are wearing rose-colored glasses