Pronunciation of Cheek
/t͡ʃˈiːk/, /tʃˈiːk/, /tʃ_ˈiː_k/
Synonyms for cheek:
caboose, nerviness, uppityness, chutzpah, keister, uppishness, strawberry mark, fanny, sassiness, backside, dimple, gluteus, tush, brow, bone structure, duff, Impudency, Crow's-feet, chin, thread vein, impropriety, pushiness, incivility, facial, eye socket, forehead, brazenness, overconfidence, laugh lines, presumptuousness.
jaw, profile, crease, Familiarity.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
audacity, boldness (noun)
back talk (noun)
side of human face (noun)
Usage examples for cheek:
- Mr. Parlin kissed his little daughters's pale cheek, and said, " Then we will call you pet names; will that do?" - "Little Prudy's Sister Susy", Sophie May.
- She put up a hand to her face; her cheek was hot. - "In the Wilderness", Robert Hichens.
- " None of your cheek, I say," said Corder, " or I'll-" " How dare you speak to me!" - "The Cock-House at Fellsgarth", Talbot Baines Reed.