Origin of roseate
Examples from the Web for roseate
What has looked to us to be healthy, roseate, and vigorous is, in fact, rotten, corrupt, and frequently amoral.
He further calls the hue, "a roseate smile," and is reminded of Titian's pencil.
A vision of his own roseate hopes and dreams rose up before him.Personality Plus|Edna Ferber
The sun had set and the roseate hue which the clouds had caught from him in his descent had nearly died away.Mathilda|Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
He could only watch her pale face, over which faint blushes trembled and vanished like the roseate reflections of a sunset sky.The Doctor's Wife|M. E. Braddon
He was absorbed in the business of Grieve & Co., and no less round, roseate, and trusty than he had always been.The History of David Grieve|Mrs. Humphry Ward