peach-colored


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Adj.1.peach-colored - having the color of a ripe peach
colored, coloured, colorful - having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
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What a disgrace is it to me to take note how many pairs of silk stockings thou hast, namely, these and those that were the peach-colored ones; or to bear the inventory of thy shirts, as one for superfluity, and one other for use
She wore beige and peach-colored, open-toed heels and simple earrings.
The actress looked hot in a black dress and young beyond her age while her daughter looked seemingly beautiful in a peach-colored dress.
To begin, we sketch minimal outlines on our paper, using peach-colored Craypas[R], which disappears once everything else is colored in.
With its peach-colored paletada gone, heavy rain penetrates the meter-thick adobe wall of Manila's Sta.
Invitations arrived as precious handmade, scalloped, cream-colored fans edged in gold doilies with peach-colored type and peach-colored organdy ribbon bows.
Visitors are asked to remove shoes while climbing the plinth and entering the Taj, but footwear is allowed in the surrounding garden area where Culpo posed, wearing a long peach-colored off-the-shoulder dress.
There's a peach-colored, long-sleeved sweater of translucent hacci fabric; a draping tank top in matte gray.
Nancy Reagan, for instance, preferred classic white or pastel arrangements that were elegant and sophisticated, and her favorite flowers were peach-colored peonies.
In regard to well-wishers who wish to send flowers, Micah Throssel said in a family news statement on Thursday that he and his brother would be grateful for any remembrance bouquets sent to the church - "and Dodie used to joke that she loved 'any type of flowers as long as they were peach-colored.
Now, Hall & Oates are his sole clients, and he navigates opportunities for exposure for the act from a two-story, peach-colored strip mall in the west San Fernando Valley.
At the time of the explosion, Wyman was watching TV in bed, while his two grown daughters and five grandchildren were in another room of the peach-colored home when he heard a loud "woosh" from outside.