a bed of roses

a bed of roses

Meaning

  • easy option
  • a comfortable or luxurious position
  • an effortless, happy situation
  • a luxurious circumstances
  • a trouble-free living

Example Sentences

  1. She found that taking care of old parents was not a bed of roses.
  2. Making money is not a bed of roses, so wake up early and go to work.
  3. The life of the royal family is a bed of roses in United Kingdom of Great Britain.
  4. Before separating from family my life was a bed of roses in Australia because my Mom earns for family.
  5. My friend told me that he want to live a bed of roses without hard work, winning the Jackpot made his dream come true.
  6. Buddha preached that people those who live a bed of roses they suffer more because one day sorrow hits everyone in life.
  7. The corrupt leaders have made their life a bed of roses with the help of black money.
  8. How you can make your life a bed of roses without working very hard?
  9. I never believed miracles but after meeting Brian Greene, a dull and old but diamond ring that he found in his garden made his life a bed of roses.

Origin

A bed of roses idiom is originated in England and it a sounds quite old expression. At very first, this idiomatic expression was found in a poem called “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” written by Christopher Marlowe also known as Kit Marlowe published in 1599 after the death of the author.

And I will make thee beds of roses
And a thousand fragrant posies,
A cap of flowers, and a kirtle
Embroidered all with leaves of myrtle

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AuthorJubril Ayomide Musa writes on 13th November 2017

Life for girls is not a bed of roses.

AuthorSandeep writes on 28th October 2017

I never believed life to be a bed of roses until I met my dream girl Rajkumari.

AuthorDave writes on 11th October 2017

Yeah… Awesome

AuthorPomax writes on 15th September 2017

Being left in a journey of love isn’t a bed of roses.

AuthorEmma writes on 2nd September 2017

Love sometimes is like a bed of roses.

AuthorShailendra writes on 25th March 2017

For me weekends are like the bed of roses.

AuthorYasnine writes on 14th April 2017

It is easy as pie 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁;-);-);-);-);-)

AuthorPraveen Kumar Reddy writes on 20th January 2017

Whenever we take a bold decisions, whether it is comes a bed of roses or not.

AuthorArshdeep writes on 23rd November 2016

Life with parents is bed of roses.

AuthorHannah writes on 24th August 2016

Love is a bed of roses.

AuthorArchana Kapoor writes on 5th March 2016

One of my fav idioms! :-)

Cheers, Archana

AuthorShahid King writes on 20th February 2016

life is not a bed of roses

AuthorKingbelton writes on 7th December 2015

i do to its great

AuthorAnkit Yadav writes on 4th December 2015

Happy position

AuthorShobhna writes on 30th November 2015

Don’t run away from your problems, life is not always the bed of roses

AuthorDhairya writes on 20th March 2016

Good, I love to read about this cute idiom.

Authorsekhothoi writes on 23rd June 2015

Woww…..i like your definition.

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