in AM, use rose-colored
If you look at a person or situation through rose-coloured glasses or rose-tinted glasses, you see only their good points and therefore your view of them is unrealistic. In British English, you can also say that someone is looking through rose-coloured spectacles.
rose-coloured glasses/spectacles phrase usu PHR after v
Its influence can make you view life through rose-coloured glasses...
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