from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A small Chinese tree (Prunus persica) widely cultivated throughout temperate regions, having pink flowers and edible fruit.
- n. The soft juicy fruit of this tree, having yellow flesh, downy, red-tinted yellow skin, and a deeply sculptured stone containing a single seed.
- n. A light moderate to strong yellowish pink to light orange.
- n. Informal A particularly admirable or pleasing person or thing.
- intransitive v. To inform on someone; turn informer: "Middle-level bureaucrats cravenly peach on their bosses [when] one of them does something the tiniest bit illegal” ( National Observer).
- transitive v. To inform against: "He has peached me and all the others, to save his life” ( Daniel Defoe).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A tree (Prunus persica), native to China and now widely cultivated throughout temperate regions, having pink flowers and edible fruit.
- n. The soft juicy stone fruit of the peach tree, having yellow flesh, downy, red-tinted yellow skin, and a deeply sculptured pit or stone containing a single seed.
- n. A light moderate to strong yellowish pink to light orange color.
- n. A particularly admirable or pleasing person or thing.
- n. The large, edible berry of the Sarcocephalus esculentus, a rubiaceous climbing shrub of west tropical Africa.
- adj. Of the color peach.
- adj. Particularly pleasing or agreeable.
- v. To inform on someone; turn informer.
- v. To inform against.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A well-known high-flavored juicy fruit, containing one or two seeds in a hard almond-like endocarp or stone. In the wild stock the fruit is hard and inedible.
- n. The tree (Prunus Persica syn. Amygdalus Persica) which bears the peach fruit.
- n. The pale red color of the peach blossom, or the light pinkish yellow of the peach fruit.
- intransitive v. To turn informer; to betray one's accomplice.
- transitive v. To accuse of crime; to inform against.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To impeach; also, to inform against, as an accomplice.
- To betray one's accomplices; turn informer.
- n. The fleshy drupaceous fruit of the tree Prunus Persica.
- n. A garden and orchard tree, Prunus (Amygdalus) Persica.
- n. In mining, any greenish-colored soft or decomposed rock, usually chloritic schist.
- n. A stove.
- n. A person or thing of a very high order; one who or that which is very nice.
- n. In Sierra Leone, the Guinea peach, Sarcocephalus sambucinus. See Sarcocephalus.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. divulge confidential information or secrets
- n. downy juicy fruit with sweet yellowish or whitish flesh
- n. a shade of pink tinged with yellow
- n. cultivated in temperate regions
- n. a very attractive or seductive looking woman
I just had a fresh peach for the first time last summer and holy god, the peach is an earthly delight.
To me the peach is the queen, the Koh-i-noor, the Cotopaxi, the Angkor Wat, the Bach unaccompanied cello suites of fruit.
When a peach is at its most sublime, it needs a plate to catch the juice, though I often forget.
The delicious and versatile peach is a natural for preserves and baked goods, and they are available in abundance to be sampled at this fair.
I love making homemade ice cream - peach is great!
A figure in peach chiffon moves in front of the band, her black hair pomaded and held with rhinestone combs in an up-do, red painted lips taking up space in a broad, coffee-colored face.
The peach is a little overwhelming actually, with only a little berry scent beneath that is barely recognizable as raspberry.
Because of this white peach from the Asian Market down the street?
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The peach is the claim that green causes less eye strain than other colours which is why we find the countryside so relaxing!
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