peachy

adjective
\ ˈpē-chē How to pronounce peachy (audio) \
peachier; peachiest

Definition of peachy

1 : resembling a peach
2 : unusually fine : dandy

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Examples of peachy in a Sentence

That's just peachy with me. For the first few months of their marriage, everything was peachy.

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One’s a peachy sangria and the other a strawberry-jalapeño-tequila concoction. Linda Zavoral, The Mercury News, "First Look: Santa Clara’s The Hut 2.0, now with smoked meats," 11 July 2019 Ragland wore the most perfect peachy-pink coat and dress, with a matching hat, for the regal occasion. Amy Mackelden, Harper's BAZAAR, "Doria Ragland Wore the Prettiest Peach Outfit at Her Grandson Archie's Christening," 6 July 2019 An interesting thing to note for fans, however, is that the name and number on the back aren't the traditional white colour, but more of an electric peachy/yellow colour. SI.com, "Manchester City Kit 19/20: Citizens Release New Home & Away Strips Leaving Fans Divided," 1 July 2019 The casual cafe on the first floor has a serene, greenhouse vibe with molded pale wood walls accented with mint green paint and peachy pink seating. Liz Stinson, Curbed, "Gorgeous restaurant is a not-so-subtle homage to Wes Anderson’s sets," 24 June 2019 The sequin detail across the body added one final flare of glamor, while a classic smokey eye and peachy nude lip with a bold brow gave the perfect modern edge to her retro look. Lucy Wood, Marie Claire, "Emily Ratajkowski Debuted a Stunning Long Bob Haircut at the Tony Awards," 10 June 2019 Walmart’s Onn has Android 9 Pie software, though not all is peachy. Cameron Faulkner, The Verge, "A $50 tablet can handle the basics, but not much more," 2 July 2019 But not all is peachy for farmers markets, which are contending with numerous challenges. Alexia Elejalde-ruiz, chicagotribune.com, "Green City Market turns 20: Chicago's largest farmers market now 'a huge social event,' but it still faces a crop of challenges," 7 June 2019 That doesn't mean, however, that everything is peachy across America's workplaces. Lydia Depillis, CNN, "The job market is still strong, but there are signs it's slowing down," 6 June 2019

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First Known Use of peachy

1599, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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peachy

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of peachy

: like a peach
chiefly US, informal : very good : fine or excellent

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