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    I need to find out the meaning of the idiom "bed of roses"

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    Re: idioms

    It's usually used in the negative: It's no bed of roses.

    That means that things aren't as perfect as you may thing.

    Or it's used sarcastically: Oh, and my life is such a bed of roses. That means that my life isn't so great.

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