any of the three posterior chewing teeth on each side of the upper and lower jaws in human adults; molar.
[cheek-tuh-wah-guh] /ˌtʃik təˈwɑ gə/ noun 1. a town in NW New York, near Buffalo.
[chee-kee] /ˈtʃi ki/ adjective, cheekier, cheekiest. 1. impudent; insolent: a cheeky fellow; cheeky behavior. /ˈtʃiːkɪ/ adjective cheekier, cheekiest 1. disrespectful in speech or behaviour; impudent: a cheeky child adj. 1859, from cheek in its sense of “insolence” + -y (2). Related: Cheekily; cheekiness. adjective Impudent; impertinent; rude (1850s+)
[cheep] /tʃip/ verb (used without object) 1. to chirp; peep. 2. Chiefly South Midland U.S. to reveal or tell a secret (usually used in the phrase cheep it). verb (used with object) 3. to express by cheeps. noun 4. a chirp. /tʃiːp/ noun 1. the short weak high-pitched cry of a young bird; chirp verb […]
[cheer] /tʃɪər/ noun 1. a shout of encouragement, approval, congratulation, etc.: The cheers of the fans filled the stadium. 2. a set or traditional form of shout used by spectators to encourage or show enthusiasm for an athletic team, contestant, etc., as rah! rah! rah! 3. something that gives joy or gladness; encouragement; comfort: words […]