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Definition of peaches

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Other terms relating to 'friend, friends':

Definitions include: good friend. "homey." originated from the movie Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
Definitions include: an exorbitant amount of something.
Definitions include: woman.
Definitions include: Female friend who always needs/demands more attention than anyone else in the group.
Definitions include: "bro" / "brother."
Definitions include: a best friend; "sidekick"; "partner in crime".
Definitions include: good friend; "buddy".
Definitions include: a good friend.
Definitions include: cocaine.
Definitions include: a person who is both a friend and an enemy.
Definitions include: colloquial pronunciation of "man".
Definitions include: friend.
Definitions include: used to express displeasure, disagreement, disappointment, or disgust.
Definitions include: Good or close friend.
Definitions include: close companions whose friendship may contain romantic or sexual interest without an official commitment.

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Other terms relating to 'peach':

Definitions include: having lesbian sex, as in bouncing titties together.
Definitions include: to engage in cunnilingus.
Definitions include: a sweet or nice person.
Definitions include: young boy's facial hair.

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