Definition of 'bed of roses'
Example sentences containing 'bed of roses'
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She's the sort that would let you do anything to her if she thought it might lead to a bed of roses. NOBLE BEGINNNINGS (2002)According to him, I was angry with the world and with myself, and not without reason: my life had not been a bed of roses. THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (2002)
His gaze moved on to a bed of roses and lavender; then he glanced up, saw her waiting, and lengthened his stride. ALL ABOUT LOVE (2002)
Definition of bed of roses from the Collins English Dictionary
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