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1. peach

noun. ['ˈpiːtʃ'] a shade of pink tinged with yellow.

Synonyms

  • pink
  • yellowish pink
  • salmon pink

Antonyms

  • wrap
  • cover
  • lose
  • background

Etymology

  • peche (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • pesche (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • pechen (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Peach

  • long-beach
  • inspeech
  • screech
  • beseech
  • swiech
  • speech
  • preach
  • creech
  • creach
  • breech
  • breach
  • bleach
  • wiech
  • weech
  • veech
  • veatch
  • veach
  • teach
  • reeche
  • reach
  • pietsch
  • piech
  • meech
  • leitch
  • leetch
  • leech
  • leach
  • keetch
  • keech
  • keach

How do you pronounce peach?

Pronounce peach as piʧ.

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Sentences with peach


1. Noun, singular or mass
Guava will make you forget all about the traditional strawberry or peach jam – and maybe even Nutella.

Quotes about peach


1. My favorite fruit is grapes. Because with grapes, you always get another chance. 'Cause, you know, if you have a crappy apple or a peach, you're stuck with that crappy piece of fruit. But if you have a crappy grape, no problem - just move on to the next. 'Grapes: The Fruit of Hope.'
- Demetri Martin

2. The sunset faded and blended from pink to peach to mango in a smoothie in the sky. For as long as she doesn’t love me, I will love her.
- Jarod Kintz, A Story That Talks about Talking Is Like Chatter to Chattering Teeth, and Every Set of Dentures Can Attest to the Fact That No..

3. One day I would have all the books in the world, shelves and shelves of them. I would live my life in a tower of books. I would read all day long and eat peaches. And if any young knights in armor dared to come calling on their white chargers and plead with me to let down my hair, I would pelt them with peach pits until they went home.
- Jacqueline Kelly, The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate

2. peach-colored

adjective. having the color of a ripe peach.

Synonyms

  • colored
  • colorful

Antonyms

  • colorlessness
  • white
  • natural

3. peach-wood

noun. tropical tree with prickly trunk; its heavy red wood yields a red dye and is used for cabinetry.

Synonyms

  • pernambuco wood
  • tree
  • genus Caesalpinia
  • brazilwood
  • Caesalpinia
  • Caesalpinia echinata

4. peach-leaved_willow

noun. willow of the western United States with leaves like those of peach or almond trees.

Synonyms

  • genus Salix
  • willow
  • Salix amygdaloides
  • Salix
  • peachleaf willow
  • almond-leaves willow

5. peach

noun. ['ˈpiːtʃ'] cultivated in temperate regions.

Synonyms

  • peach tree
  • fruit tree
  • genus Prunus
  • Prunus persica

Antonyms

  • veil
  • close up
  • whisper
  • shout

Etymology

  • peche (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • pesche (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • pechen (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. peach

verb. ['ˈpiːtʃ'] divulge confidential information or secrets.

Synonyms

  • blab
  • disclose
  • babble
  • unwrap
  • babble out
  • discover
  • give away
  • tattle
  • blab out
  • spill
  • spill the beans
  • bring out
  • let out
  • expose
  • talk
  • divulge
  • sing
  • let the cat out of the bag
  • let on
  • break

Antonyms

  • specify
  • function
  • stay
  • unify

Etymology

  • peche (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • pesche (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • pechen (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. peach

noun. ['ˈpiːtʃ'] downy juicy fruit with sweet yellowish or whitish flesh.

Synonyms

  • drupe
  • peach tree
  • edible fruit
  • Prunus persica

Antonyms

  • hold
  • pack
  • disappear
  • discourage

Etymology

  • peche (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • pesche (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • pechen (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. peach

noun. ['ˈpiːtʃ'] a very attractive or seductive looking woman.

Synonyms

  • mantrap
  • smasher
  • woman
  • looker
  • adult female
  • beauty
  • ravisher
  • dish
  • lulu
  • stunner
  • sweetheart

Antonyms

  • take in
  • close
  • underexpose
  • overexpose

Etymology

  • peche (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • pesche (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • pechen (Middle English (1100-1500))
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