Thesaurus / peach


Alberto Oggero’s 2018 vintage offers peach and apricot flavors along with an intriguing herbal note and a refreshing bone-dry finish.

This rosé is deceptively pale in hue—with a nose of bright citrus, as well as lush ripe peach, apricot, and blossom along with a dense palate and full body—and offers an experience that can be difficult to find in other styles.

The best wines for ThanksgivingRachel KingNovember 21, 2020Fortune

Luckily for the farm, summer peach season is typically much slower than the fall, only attracting an average of 5,000 visitors in a normal year.

Pick Your PoisonNick Mancall-BitelSeptember 3, 2020Eater

Salmonella is “good at surviving under dry conditions as we might find on the surface of an onion or a peach,” says Donald Schaffner, a professor and extension specialist in food science at Rutgers University.

In the case of peaches, Wegmans bakery items containing peaches and Russ Davis Wholesale peach salsa were also recalled.

Another tree yields a fruit called mamei, the size of a peach, by the islanders more esteemed than any other in the country.

"She's a peach, too," he volunteered with the genial impudence that characterized him.

The Pirate of PanamaWilliam MacLeod Raine

She was "a peach" in her way, but not the "perfect little peach" Court ought to have.

The WitnessGrace Livingston Hill Lutz

I think there is no particular cause for discouragement on this account, as we have the same experience with peach trees.

Surely not more than twenty years of age, of medium height, a peach complexion, tanned a little but fair to look at.

David Lannarck, MidgetGeorge S. Harney

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.



Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.