(Especially of a person’s skin) colored like a pink or red rose, typically as an indication of health, youth, or embarrassment
a rosy complexion
A South American pochard, Netta peposaca, the male of which has chiefly black plumage and a pinkish-red bill.
A small desert boa of south-western North America, Lichanura trivirgata, which typically has brownish longitudinal stripes and is popular as a pet.
(Frequently with distinguishing word) Ross's gull, Rhodostethia rosea.
Having the colour or shade of a pink or red rose; (in recent use frequently) (figurative) = rose-coloured.
Pinkish red, light crimson.
The description of the fruit used in various skipping formulas.
An equal-armed cross with a rose at its center, the emblem of the Rosicrucians
A finch found in Asia and western North America, the male of which has pinkish underparts and rump
A small European noctuid moth, Mesiligia literosa, with pinkish brown forewings.
A Holarctic noctuid moth, Hydraecia micacea, with pale pinkish brown forewings, which is often a pest of potatoes and other crops.
Tinged with the colour of a pink or red rose; rosy-hued, rose-tinted; (in recent use frequently) (figurative) = rose-coloured.
(Of a person) having pink or red cheeks
Having rosy-coloured fingers. Also figurative.
Suffused with or characterized by the rosy colour of the rising or setting sun.
A small Eurasian moth, Miltochrista miniata (family Arctiidae), which has yellowish forewings tinged with pink.
The feather star Antedon bifida (order Comatulida), found off the coasts of the north-east Atlantic.
A singing game played by children, in which the players hold hands and dance in a circle, falling down at the end of the song
A freshwater fish that typically has barbels around the mouth, popular in aquariums
A plant of the lily family with bell-shaped flowers carried on bent or twisted stalks, native to the temperate regions of Russia and North America