- resembling a peach, as in color or appearance.
- Informal. excellent; wonderful; fine.
Origin of peachy
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Examples from the Web for peachy
That means you can get it in green, gray, light blue, peachy, yellow.Apple Introduces Cheaper and More Powerful New iPhones
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Well, that would be peachy, but count me skeptical, and a bit mystified as to what that deal would be.The Republicans’ Moment of Truth
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Lauren Conrad has become synonymous with the doughnut bun, an obsession with pearls, peachy glossed lips, and a milky manicure.From ‘The Hills’ to Over the Hill: Lauren Conrad’s Premature Aging
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After a game, you can still walk west down Curtin Road to Berkey Creamery and order a scoop of Peachy Paterno ice cream.Penn State Goes Too Far in Its Purge of All Things Paterno
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The local ice creamery touted “Peachy Paterno” as its most popular flavor.Joe Paterno’s Dead at 85: His Swift Fall From Grace
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Perry was made from pears, as cider is from apples, and peachy from peaches.Home Life in Colonial Days
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Can't we make a peachy wagon with these if we find two more?
"My uncle sent me a peachy pair of boxing gloves," Sid continued.
Silvey said the ice was fine yesterday, and everything'll be peachy.
"You ought always to wear yellow," Peachy said to her afterwards.The Jolliest School of All
- of or like a peach, esp in colour or texture
- informal excellent; fine
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Word Origin and History for peachy
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