peach-colored


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having the color of a ripe peach

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Ursula, for instance, was a particularly noticeable figure in a peach-colored dress with a huge round skirt.
peach-colored teddies; slips, nubbly jackets made of the
American Adhaan (October 2001): Watch night spilling on the western edge/of invisible, its cool surrender/to the peach-colored clouds (just water/that has lately collapsed/into form).
into separation like a peach-colored rose, my eyes going slick
Peach-colored spaghetti-halter strap cocktail dress has plunging decolletage bodice accented with peach pearls over skirt with layers of ruffled tulle.
And whereas Flavin typically held the question of illusion at a distance from his light sculptures, at the Kunsthaus Zurich, Handforth went so far as to create a determinedly urban ambience with an irregular wall installation of pink-, blue-, and peach-colored fluorescent lights titled Harvest Moon, 2005.
The yellow- or peach-colored powder is manufactured in the Dominican Republic, and has been easily available in convenience and specialty stores in Hispanic neighborhoods in the United States.
This yellow or peach-colored powder is a traditional remedy used by people from the Dominican Republic.
The yellow-or peach-colored powder is manufactured in the Dominican Republic, and has been easily available in convenience and specialty stores in Hispanic neighborhoods in the United States.
Sleek windmill blades turn slowly in a peach-colored ocean sunset: "Clean, Safe, Reliable Wind Power.
It's almost been like a fairy tale," Petersen says, sitting in one of the hotel's famous, peach-colored cabanas at poolside.
Also, a limited edition Opium Voile d'ete, a soft peach-colored lotion, will be launched.
They hire a live-in aide, Jerry, "a tired old man, slightly overweight, squeezed into a peach-colored polyester-blend suit .
Its peach-colored hark makes it looks like it belongs in the West Indies--but the numerous scratches on its trunk speak of northern raccoons.
tweedyi, native to south-central Washington, whose starlike cream- to peach-colored blooms are 2 inches across.