Sea-peach

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Sea-peach a sea-squirt or ascidian
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. ; Dut. zee, Ger. see, Ice. sær, Dan. .

Usage

In literature:

She took him where seas of pink outlined peach orchards, and other seas the more delicate tint of the apricots.
"Her Father's Daughter" by Gene Stratton-Porter
When the sea became like glass, and from peach-color deepened to rose, he walked along the raft, and inspected the dead man.
"A Simpleton" by Charles Reade
Peach-Prince and his little army of three retainers journeyed on until they reached the sea-shore.
"Japanese Fairy World" by William Elliot Griffis
Her lips are red as pomegranates, her eyes are deep sea-blue, her cheeks have the rosy bloom of the peach.
"A Struggle for Rome, v. 1" by Felix Dahn
At last Peach-boy and his companions came to the sea.
"Bluebeard" by Clifton Johnson
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In poetry:

The sea that covers half the sphere,
With all its stately speeches,
Is held by Bill to be a mere
Broad highway for his peaches.
"Billy Vickers" by Henry Kendall
The 'potamus can never reach
The mango on the mango-tree;
But fruits of pomegranate and peach
Refresh the Church from over sea.
"The Hippopotamus" by T S Eliot
A happy infant, daubed to the eyes in juice
Of peaches that flush bloody at the core,
Naked you bask upon a south-sea shore,
While o'er your tumbling bosom the hair floats loose.
"Love Song" by Aldous Huxley

In news:

Instead of burgers and fries, these days team loads up on items like roasted sea bass and brie and peach quesadillas.
The scents of bergamot, mandarin, and peach will fill up your shower, while the combination of shea butter, almond oil, sea salt, and sugar works to slough off dry skin and hydrate simultaneously.
Try the seared sea scallops with scallion pancake, napa cabbage, grilled peaches, and smoked bacon.
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