Definition of Rosiness

1. Noun. A rosy color (especially in the cheeks) taken as a sign of good health.

Exact synonyms: Bloom, Blush, Flush
Generic synonyms: Good Health, Healthiness
Derivative terms: Flush, Rosy



2. Noun. A healthy reddish complexion.
Exact synonyms: Ruddiness
Generic synonyms: Complexion, Skin Color, Skin Colour
Derivative terms: Rosy, Ruddy, Ruddy

3. Noun. A dusty pink color.
Exact synonyms: Rose
Generic synonyms: Pink
Specialized synonyms: Old Rose
Derivative terms: Rosy, Rosy

Definition of Rosiness

1. n. The quality of being rosy.

Definition of Rosiness

1. Noun. The quality of being rosy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rosiness

1. the state of being rosy [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rosiness

rosiere
rosieres
rosiers
rosies
rosiest
rosiglitazone
rosilla
rosily
rosin
rosin bag
rosin paper
rosin papers
rosinate
rosinates
rosined
rosiness (current term)
rosinesses
rosing
rosining
rosinol
rosinols
rosinous
rosins
rosinweed
rosinweeds
rosiny
rosish
rosit
rosita
rosited

Literary usage of Rosiness

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1. Sketches of Debate in the First Senate of the United States, in 1789-90-91 by William Maclay, George Washington Harris (1880)
"His complexion was exceedingly fair, and varying from this only by the almost feminine rosiness of his cheeks. His might be considered, as to figure and ..."

2. Biographical and Critical Essays: Reprinted from Reviews, with Additions and by Abraham Hayward (1873)
"... to preserve their rosiness ; and she was by no means chary in exhibiting them. On ceremonial occasions, a page entered with a cushion of dark velvet, ..."

3. Recent British Philosophy: Including Some Comments on Mr. Mill's Answer to by David Masson (1877)
"Is not the rosiness of the rose as lovely, hangs not the lily as whitely graceful, ... As if, forsooth, the full rosiness even of this rose of roses, ..."

4. Frontier Army Sketches by James William Steele (1883)
"She is "green," constrained, and often awkward; but her face is not more coarse, or more incapable of that surging rosiness that is the tat- ..."

5. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"To Mush more than ; to exceed in redness or rosiness, in colouring, ... with redness or rosiness. OUT-BOUND,* ad. Bound out or outwards ; bound or obliged, ..."

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