peaches-and-cream love



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  • adj. Of facial complexion, smooth, with attractive yellow-pink coloring.


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  • He eyed me cautiously, all peaches-and-cream polite.

    Brush of Darkness

  • I can count her freckles, and see my reflection in the piercing blue eyes that grace the peaches-and-cream complexion.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: New Moms

  • Diana had those Angelina Jolie lips that were so in vogue, and crystal blue eyes, long dark lashes, a peaches-and-cream complexion.

    A Different Light

  • I liked seeing her like this: in her billowy nightgown, her hair flowing in waves past her shoulders, her peaches-and-cream complexion makeup- free.


  • She had not been pleased at all with her new little sister, a peaches-and-cream golden little thing, perfect from the moment she arrived in the world, charming everyone she met even before she could talk, even before she could smile.

    The Home for Broken Hearts

  • The sunlight coming through the slats of the blinds painted peaches-and-cream stripes across her pale skin, which was adorably sprinkled with freckles.

    Tough Customer

  • Here is a bombshell blond, with scrubbed-clean, peaches-and-cream makeup, yet exuding the dark sophistication of New York's fashion elite - in a tiny, body hugger by Herve Leger and a decolletage draw in the form of a major statement necklace.

    Kelly O'Reilly: Women dress for other women

  • His goatee is neatly trimmed, his skin peaches-and-cream.


  • They witnessed the powerful miracle of our peaches-and-cream little girl in her pink ruffles and bows.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Living Catholic Faith

  • Lunch at the Palace Cafe with Ellen Starkman, an old friend from our Chicago Public Library days, so caught up on more gossip there and enjoyed a fabulous peaches-and-cream ice cream.

    Archive 2006-06-01


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