cheek

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
cheek

Plural
cheeks

A cheek
  1. (anatomy) The soft skin on each side of the face, below the eyes.
    Your cheeks are really rosy today.
  2. (informal); (usually plural) A buttock.
    Those pants are so tight that you can see each of her butt cheeks.
  3. (informal) Having no respect.
    You’ve got some cheek, asking me for money!

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Verb[change]

Plain form
cheek

Third-person singular
cheeks

Past tense
cheeked

Past participle
cheeked

Present participle
cheeking

  1. To not show respect towards someone.
    Don't cheek me, you little rascal!


Parts of the head (edit)

hair - scalp - forehead - ears - eyes - eyebrows - eyelashes - eyelids - nose - cheek - mouth - lips - teeth - gums - roof (palate) - tongue - jaw - chin