Definition of 'peachy'
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So often wines sold as peachy turn out to be anything but. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You may feel your life is just peachy, but others may not agree. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Life may be peachy, but some memories still spear and spur. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Apart from that, life is absolutely peachy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Yep, this time of year can leave us looking less than peachy. The Sun (2013)Square back pockets that aren't tilted make your bottom look peachy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It's warm and blue and there are white peaches that taste just peachy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Keep blusher to a minimum and use either soft pink or peachy tones, depending on your complexion. The Sun (2010)ONE will leave your bank balance looking peachy. The Sun (2015)As a result it looks peachy with beautiful weather effects, some stunning driving views and a great replay facility. The Sun (2015)Still, life is pretty peachy. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Just peachy Only fancy one glass? The Sun (2013)I'm sure her dress choice will be just peachy. The Sun (2016)Be 19 with peachy, firm skin unblemished by the ravages of time. The Sun (2006)On the face of it, then, life would be peachy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's a pearly peachy pink - can you track some down? Times, Sunday Times (2007)We say: This peachy shade looks natural and doubles well as a spot concealer. Times, Sunday Times (2010)After regular use, the face should become more peachy and firm looking, the makers claim. The Sun (2007)
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