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rosy

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of rosy

  1. 1 having a healthy reddish skin tone rosy and cheerful after a day outside in the snow Synonyms of rosy blooming, florid, flush, full-blooded, glowing, red, ruddy, rubicund, sanguineWords Related to rosy bronzed, brown, suntanned, tanned; bloomy, blowsy (also blowzy), blushing, flushed, pink, pinkish, warm; cherubicNear Antonyms of rosy waxen, waxy; blanched, white, whitened; anemic, sick, sickly; bloodless, cadaverous; whey-faced, white-facedAntonyms of rosy ashen, ashy, doughy, livid, lurid, mealy, pale, paled, palish, pallid, pasty, peaked, peaky, sallow, sallowish, wan

  2. 2 having qualities which inspire hope that's a particularly rosy view of the economic situation, and one that may not be justified Synonyms of rosy auspicious, bright, encouraging, fair, golden, heartening, likely, optimistic, promising, propitious, roseate, rose-colored, hopeful, upbeatWords Related to rosy cheering, comforting, reassuring, soothing; assured, confident, decisive, doubtless, positive, sure, unhesitating; beamish, bullish, eupeptic; favorable, goodNear Antonyms of rosy cheerless, comfortless; doubtful, dubious, uncertain; bearish, grim, negative, unfavorable; funereal, glum, gray (also grey), miserable, wretchedAntonyms of rosy bleak, dark, depressing, desperate, discouraging, disheartening, dismal, downbeat, dreary, gloomy, hopeless, inauspicious, pessimistic, unencouraging, unlikely, unpromising, unpropitious



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