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  • adj. comparative form of peachy: more peachy


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  • Again as in Iraq, in the face of the obvious, the official word couldn’t be peachier.

    Tom Engelhardt: Debacle!

  • Not surprisingly, things looked peachier to Pat Leahy: "There is no basis to question her integrity and no one should presume that this intelligent woman, who has excelled during every part of her varied and distinguished career, lacks independence."


  • As I mentioned before, I think McCain's only play is to make this campaign about electing a commander-in-chief and play on the fears of "losing" a conflict we are reminded is looking peachier and peachier if we just stay the course.

    McCain Challenges Obama To Visit Iraq

  • It began with subtle yet rich aroma of peaches and in the mouth pure peach juice that just kept getting peachier as time went by.

    Who Put Nectarines in the Chardonnay?

  • Her eye, drawn horizontally on the plains, was now swept vertically, following the deep-green spires of spruce and pine, and the rock cliffs, which were a beautiful shade of red—like her North Carolina dirt, only peachier, with a dusting of sparkles when the sun glanced off the rock face.

    Plain Language

  • Do, and make it a peachier or pinker shade than you're used to.

    Suits Rock

  • And at the same time we both smiled and used energy and time convincing the outside world that things couldn't be peachier now that I was well.

    sheepdip Diary Entry

  • Tech time travel with Popular Science archives - While I'm not one of those gray-haired geeks who thinks everything was much peachier in the distant past - I'm far more interested in what the not-so-distant future will bring - I do appreciate an occasional dive into the digital history books.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Chanel Bikini Peach is slightly peachier and a tad more creamy upon application, but the color is nearly spot on.

    Product Girl

  • The route taken by Oliver and Gillian Schonrock through Dulwich Village couldn't be peachier. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph


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