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Wednesday, July 31, 2002

Definitions for roseate

  1. Overly optimistic; bright or cheerful.
  2. Resembling a rose especially in color.

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Citations for roseate
That roseate view was shattered when the North last week detained a South Korean housewife, on a Kumkang tour with her six-year-old son, on a bizarre pretext. Donald Kirk, Time
The roseate future of so many highly rated blue-chip stocks has been based on that dream. David C. Roche, Time
Origin of roseate
Roseate comes from Latin roseus, "rosy," from rosa, "rose."
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