- a delicate purplish pink.
Origin of peachblow
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One of our party named the other, and the more beautiful, Peachblow Mountain, a poetic and perfectly descriptive name.Our Italy
Charles Dudley Warner
Among them was this tea set, those two peachblow vases, and that print on the east wall.Marjorie Dean College Junior
Peachblow the while was petulantly taking the color out of a canvas that was a false alarm.
Peachblow was her pupil—sent over from Bradford, Pennsylvania, where her father was a "producer."
The peachblow was all gone from White Pigeon's cheek, but she was fairly wise and reasonably good—I'm certain of that.