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roseate (adjective), more roseate, most roseate
1. Referring to the pinkish color of a rose: Shareen was watching the beautiful birds with roseate feathers.
2. Overly optimistic or viewed favorably; cheerful and bright: Helena's son had a roseate feeling after he completed his final exams at the university.
3. Etymology: from Latin roseus, "rosey, cheerful."
Referring to being optimistic.
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Pertaining to a cheerful promise.
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Conveying a happy situation.
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