Antonyms for peaching

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


We're going to hang you for peaching against your pals; and that's an end of the palaver.

Snitching is synonymous in thieves slang with nosing and peaching.

That would have been peaching; that would have been blowing on us all.

"That canting hound has been peaching at last," quoth he to himself.

Still, I am really very grateful to kind Mr Simson for not peaching.

Not much chance of his peaching, if it had been a hanging matter.'

Burglars are peaching against each other; there is no longer honor among thieves.

It had been, of course, the perfect opportunity for me, who was subdued to sneaking and peaching also.

But, my worthy friend, we have been acquainted too long for you to fear my 'peaching aught concerning you or your doings.

If the squire should dream you have a thought of peaching—I am only speaking for your good, Father Crackenthorp.'