Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of the hue or color of the rose; rose-colored.

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Examples

  • His grim, dark cave, concealing a tiny, rose-hued metropolis, speaks of memory's distortions and the past's grip.

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  • In the small, creamy and idyllic "Winter Scene Leeds, MA" (2008), through rose-hued sky and snow he captures dusk-gray light.

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  • Whenever I see myself visiting Petra in Jordan, I'm always on horseback -- galloping from the magnificent rose-hued Al Kazneh known as the Treasury to the score from "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade".

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  • The country's awe-inspiring nature in its raw force and breath-taking beauty; the fishing in the country's pristine rivers, and the midnight sun's rose-hued nights ...

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  • The rose-hued villa was designed in the baroque style, complete with Juliet balconies, arched windows, and heavy wooden doors.

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  • Full, lush breasts tipped with rose-hued nipples that begged to be tasted.

    Much Ado About Marriage

  • Dorothy was astonished to see tears flowing from her violet eyes and trickling down her lovely rose-hued cheeks.

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  • Gossamer rose-hued wings lay folded against his back.

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  • Hamp is wearing cherry red culottes and a ripped rose-hued B.D. Baggies poplar button-down.

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  • His nondescript, rose-hued whiskers were something to remember.

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