rose dorée

noun rose do·rée \ˌrōzdəˈrā\

Definition of rose dorée

  1. :  a deep pink to moderate red that is yellower and stronger than laurel pink and very slightly bluer and less strong than watermelon

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Origin and Etymology of rose dorée

dorée from French, from feminine of doré gilded, past participle of dorer to gild


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