Etymology
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roseate (adj.)

mid-15c., "rosy; full of roses," perhaps via Anglo-Latin roseatus, from Latin roseus "of or pertaining to roses," from rosa (see rose (n.1)). By 1580s as "light crimson or pink, of a rose color," hence "blooming."

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Definitions of roseate

roseate (adj.)
of something having a dusty purplish pink color;
the roseate glow of dawn
Synonyms: rose / rosaceous
From wordnet.princeton.edu