rosily

adverb
ros·​i·​ly | \ˈrō-zə-lē \

Definition of rosily 

1 : in an optimistic manner

2 : with a rosy color or tinge

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In December he was rosily profiled in The New York Times for his work combatting the Trump administration’s most egregious legislation, including rollbacks of birth control coverage, a move celebrated by many prominent women’s rights activists. Kaylen Ralph, Glamour, "Say It With Me: Eric Schneiderman's Replacement Needs to Be a Woman," 10 May 2018

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First Known Use of rosily

1809, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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