rosiness in a sentence
- If the lovers of " Before Sunrise " don't seem a perfect match, that's somewhat intentional; Linklater has too much naturalness to give a happily-ever-after rosiness to this story.
- She scans everything with zany suspicion : the large white radish she is served as a beer garden snack, the floppy pale sausages, the rosy facades and cleanliness of the streets, Heinrich's own rosiness and ebullient kindness.
- Recently, with $ 100, 000 Scitex scanners still running full-speed at 10 p . m ., one technician was touching up the scan of an adorable Irish toddler, adding rosiness to her pixelized cheeks so that the digital version would come closer to the original.
- Neil Austin's forensic lighting, cutting through clouds of haze, sees to it that as Edward Bennett and Will Attenborough's Crick and Watson finally unravel a secret held from mankind for millennia, all hint of rosiness in Rosalind's face vanishes, a deathly pallor taking its stead.
- It is designed to calculatingly seduce and easily capture the attention of the viewers using " glamorous clich�s " such as the " girlish tilt of the head ", the " dewy eyes ", the " auburn curls " on the forehead, the lacy and ornamental " clots " of pigment of the garment, the slickness of the pictorial surface, the banal and sweet rosiness of the facial expression, and the presence of a " winy purple " background.