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  • v. Present participle of peach.


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  • LAMB: Let me ask you a political question because you might remember that C. Vann Woodward was one of the three historians that led the group of 400 that opposed the idea of peaching -- impeaching President

    Freedom from Fear: The American People in Depression & War

  • All those who vote for "peaching" say aye!!! alex, Philly!

    South Carolina panel votes against impeaching Sanford

  • What works: Slight "peaching" on both sides makes the fabric feel soft and not as slick as typical silk-weight thermals.

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  • Been peaching it up myself recently - peach salsa - just great with barbecue pork butt.

    Peach ice cream on a summer morning | Homesick Texan

  • I'vebeen peaching rifles in teh 10 lb range for months, hopefuly afewhave listened.

    Weight a Minute

  • They'd caught me, too, and I'd only got off by peaching on Dawson and his pals, and showing the keepers where ... and suddenly, where there had been nothing a moment ago, a shadow moved in the gloom beneath the trees, stopped, and took on form in the half-light.


  • If the squire should dream you have a thought of peaching — I am only speaking for your good, Father


  • I know I'm peaching to the choir here at "The Gods Are Bored."

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  • You would think little of peaching and hanging him for this Scotch affair. —

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • ‘And the least given to peaching,’ added Charley Bates.

    Oliver Twist


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