rose-colored

[rohz-kuhl-erd]
adjective
1.
of rose color; rosy.
2.
bright; promising; cheerful: a rose-colored prospect of happiness.
3.
optimistic; sanguine: a rose-colored belief that things will turn out well.

Origin:
1520–30

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rose-colored

adjective
1. reflecting optimism; "a rosy future"; "looked at the world through rose-colored glasses" 
2. having a rose color 
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Example sentences
He has a warm smile and bright, heavy-lidded eyes, which are partially hidden
  behind rose-colored aviators.
To judge from their latest rose-colored predictions, those executives still
  don't quite get it.
It is built of rose-colored sandstone with white trim bearing sculptured
  details of wartime equipment.
Instead, three small sepals expand tremendously at maturity into gorgeous,
  rose-colored structures nearly two inches wide.
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