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- adj. comparative form of rosy: more rosy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A rosebush; roses, collectively.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See roser.
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New conceptions of the relationship between domestic masculinity and the workplace did not, however, automatically result in rosier economic prospects for journeymen.
If this is President Bush’s bright idea to buck up his sagging popularity – among conservatives as well as the nation at large – one wonders whom he would have picked in rosier times.
We would see a 'rosier' scenario if you hadn't cut-and-run from the hunt for bin-Laden and his accomplices and diverted the bulk of our military's defenses to create your Iraqi junta.
The idea of substituting a boy for a girl, a "rosier" for a "rosiere," troubled her, worried her a little, and she resolved to consult Abbe Malon.
Leaving these out of the models would seem to me to produce "rosier" scenarios.
However, a closer look at the data reveals an even rosier picture.
Rival Coca-Cola Co. Wednesday issued a far rosier earnings report.
To put it another way, by using the outdated A.M.T. formula in the ten-year projections, it makes the budget picture look rosier than it actually is.
Looking at the current present, for that matter, the past looks a lot rosier than the future.
Ford's hiring plans reflect the company's rising profit and rosier economic outlook.