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For instance, it says that one may have many, many fancies, my Barbara--that as soon as the spring comes on, one's thoughts become uniformly pleasant and sportive and witty, for the reason that, at that season, the mind inclines readily to tenderness, and the world takes on a more roseate hue.
The whole woods seemed tinged with a roseate hue, since Marian had come again.
But this programme was not to be begun before evening - not till just before dinner, indeed, at which meal the reassembled family were to sit roseate, and the best wine, the modern fatted calf, should flow for the prodigal's return.
A strange roseate light shone through the spaces among their trunks and the wind made in their branches the music of AEolian harps.
I meant "Alicia" when I said "hear, hear"--and when I officially produced my subscription list, it was all aglow with the roseate hues of the marriage-license.
The future looked less roseate with the knowledge that she would be unhappy in the life that he had been mapping for them.
At four o'clock, on such a roseate summer's morning as even made Great Gaunt Street look cheerful, the faithful Tinker, having wakened her bedfellow, and bid her prepare for departure, unbarred and unbolted the great hall door (the clanging and clapping whereof startled the sleeping echoes in the street), and taking her way into Oxford Street, summoned a coach from a stand there.
Now, in the ordinary course of things, and according to all authentic descriptions of high life, as set forth in books, Mrs Wititterly ought to have been in her BOUDOIR; but whether it was that Mr Wititterly was at that moment shaving himself in the BOUDOIR or what not, certain it is that Mrs Wititterly gave audience in the drawing-room, where was everything proper and necessary, including curtains and furniture coverings of a roseate hue, to shed a delicate bloom on Mrs Wititterly's complexion, and a little dog to snap at strangers' legs for Mrs Wititterly's amusement, and the afore-mentioned page, to hand chocolate for Mrs Wititterly's refreshment.
It had taken brighter hues as she grew older, happier, prettier; now it had been golden, now roseate, and now azure; but it had always adorned her with some soft light of its own.
It will run through the half-term week of May 30 - June 5, and will feature a live film feed from the roseate tern colony, plus the Baltic's own nesting kittiwakes.
His cheerful stylized images of the red knot, king eider, frigatebird and, in a nod to his time in Sarasota, the roseate spoonbill, are imprinted on a whopping 6 million postcards.
Derwick and Leslie Ramsay recklessly disturbed nesting roseate terms on two separate boat trips to Coquet Island, off Amble, Northumberland, last summer.