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peachy

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Pronunciation: /ˈpiːtʃi
 
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Definition of peachy in English:

adjective (peachier, peachiest)

1Of the nature or appearance of a peach.
Example sentences
  • For example people with blonde, auburn or ginger-brown hair are warm and should choose peachy, coral or orange pinks.
  • Velvety-soft and topped with a pleasing peachy flavour, it is not far off the quality of the white wines produced from the Viognier grape in the northern Rhône, France - and they cost at least £20.
  • Shiraz Viognier is not a rosé, but a red made using a small amount of Viognier - usually 5-10%, all that is needed for the peachy Viognier to add perfume.
2 (also peachy-keen) informal , chiefly North American Attractive; excellent: everything is just peachy
More example sentences
  • Great, excellent, peachy, now I was snapping at a voice in my head.
  • I think last year I wrote some nauseating guff about how lovely and peachy it all is, and how single people should be jolly happy and all the rest, because I was all loved up with Marianne.
  • Feelings may not be your forte, but giving them the attention they need, rather than pretending everything's peachy, makes them allies instead of enemies.

Derivatives

peachiness

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Again, can't you just see the peachiness of my life?
  • Crossing my arms over my chest, the peachiness of my skinny little arms accentuates the whiteness of my shirt.

Words that rhyme with peachy

caliche, Campeche, preachy, screechy

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