Definition of rosiness in US English:

rosiness

noun

  • See rosy

    • ‘As we move into Black History Month, it is good to remember that Dr. King's message was far more complex than the naïve rosiness to which he's often reduced.’
    • ‘The alpine air infusion will bring the rosiness back to your cheeks.’
    • ‘Adding to the rosiness of the outside world is an unexpected rise in the friendliness of the vet whom I was apprehensive about seeing earlier in the week.’
    • ‘His wishful forecasts on economic growth were nicknamed Rosy Scenario by his colleagues, but now the Congressional Budget Office has matched his rosiness.’
    • ‘The meat was seared crisp around the edges, with just a hint of rosiness at its center.’

Pronunciation

rosiness

/ˈroʊzinəs//ˈrōzēnəs/