rose pink


Definition of rose pink 

: a moderate pink

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The edges are scalloped and hand-painted in summery colors—french blue, strawberry red, garden rose pink, and lilac—with a glossy dye. Katie Kiefner, Vogue, "Send All of Your Summer Thank You Notes on This Stunning Stationery," 10 July 2018 Meghan Markle made her first appearance as a royal highness in a ladylike rose pink dress by Goat at a garden party honoring her new father-in-law, Prince Charles. Chrissy Rutherford, Harper's BAZAAR, "Everything To Know About Goat, the First Brand Meghan Markle Wore As An Official Royal," 23 May 2018 Kansas: this American Peony Society Gold Medal Winner produces bright raspberry red to rose pink double flowers that do not fade while blooming. The Editors Of Organic Life, Good Housekeeping, "How To Grow Your Own Gorgeous Peonies," 9 Mar. 2017

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First Known Use of rose pink

1772, in the meaning defined above

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