from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of the color of a peach blossom.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of the color of a peach.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having the color of a ripe peach
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The upturned collar of a peach-colored polo shirt pokes through a dark Izod sweater.
I took off my white T-shirt and peach-colored pants, folded my clothes with care, and placed them in the locker.
Before leaving the prison, Kilpatrick changed into his own clothing: jeans and a peach-colored shirt, state Corrections Department spokesman John Cordell said.
Furniture makers are back at work as two men pulled peach-colored upholstery across the frame of a couch.
In the photos we took that day, my sister is frowning, standing on the red steps in front of the peach-colored boardinghouse where our father rented a one-room flat.
A peach-colored plywood wall and mounds of dirt from preliminary excavation work are the only evidence of construction where a restaurant was torn down in 2004.
Sipping cups of ginseng tea, we sit at a gleaming wooden table that is adorned with a vase of peach-colored lilies.
Outside Ajdabiya, rebel fighters slapped peach-colored paint on their vehicles to try to distinguish from the pro-Gadhafi units.
With a dish towel tied around her waist to protect her peach-colored dress, Sharon peeled potatoes to boil and mash and scrounged around to find some kind of tray to serve the meal on while the potatoes were cooking.
She selected one of her favorite dresses, made of yards of soft, peach-colored material gathered in at the waist by a wide belt.