[chee-kee] /ˈtʃi ki/
adjective, cheekier, cheekiest.
a cheeky fellow; cheeky behavior.
adjective cheekier, cheekiest
disrespectful in speech or behaviour; impudent: a cheeky child
1859, from cheek in its sense of “insolence” + -y (2). Related: Cheekily; cheekiness.
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.
[cheek-pees] /ˈtʃikˌpis/ noun 1. either of two vertical bars of a bit, one on each end of the mouthpiece. 2. . /ˈtʃiːkˌpiːs/ noun 1. either of the two straps of a bridle that join the bit to the crownpiece
noun 1. a sac in the cheek of certain animals, as squirrels, in which food may be carried. noun 1. a membranous pouch inside the mouth of many rodents and some other mammals: used for holding food