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rose-tinted

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Definition of rose-tinted in English:

adjective

Another term for rose-coloured.
Example sentences
  • The solution lies not in trying to recreate a system that is reminiscent of Enid Blyton through a rose-tinted lens, but in an approach that focuses on bringing out the best in its pupils, without the iron-rod of conformity.
  • Along with the feel-good philosophy churned out by salt-of-the-earth types, all this culminates in a sense of life being viewed for a little too long through rose-tinted sunglasses.
  • Sitting in your armchair and looking through rose-tinted glasses you see communism as only about ‘pay workers a fair wage.’

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