Cheeked



[cheekt] /tʃikt/

adjective
1.
having of the kind indicated (used in combination):
rosy-cheeked youngsters.

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  • Cheekily

    [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+)

  • Cheekiness

    [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+)



  • Cheek it

    verb phrase To deceive by pretending more knowledge than one has; bluff, fake it, wing it (1895+ Students)

  • Cheek muscle

    cheek muscle n. See buccinator muscle.



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