cheek to cheek


: with one another's cheeks touching
They were sitting/dancing/posing cheek to cheek.

Examples of cheek to cheek in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web In many rehearsals, which included difficult run-throughs, Jackson and Benson limited the number of creative team members; placeholder movements were used to mark more physical interactions, like touching cheek to cheek instead of kissing on the lips. Rachel Sherman, New York Times, 27 Mar. 2024 Hogan confirmed the nuptials in a Jan. 1 Instagram post, which featured black-and-white photos, one of the couple cheek to cheek and the other of Oleksy posing stoically. Taijuan Moorman, USA TODAY, 2 Jan. 2024 Murgatroyd shared the picture on her Instagram featuring the two cheek to cheek with her arm wrapped around Chmerkovskiy. Skyler Caruso,, 21 June 2022 When Quintana asked him to stop, the suspect slashed his face from cheek to cheek before fleeing as soon as the train stopped. Sarah Midkiff,, 10 Feb. 2021 Mainly powered by a precise application of blush in from cheek to cheek and on the tip of the nose, the makeup look aims to emphasize a subtle complexion flush that may occur when outside during winter months. Harper's BAZAAR, 15 Dec. 2022 And the space at the forepeak is so narrow couples will be sleeping cheek to cheek. Howard Walker, Robb Report, 2 Nov. 2022 Dressed in a crisp black suit, Gomez stood cheek to cheek with Bieber, who wore a chic, brown cutout dress, as seen in the photo shared by photographer Tyrell Hampton. Edward Segarra, USA TODAY, 17 Oct. 2022 The first picture shows Tran sleeping with newborn Rumi-Ray on his chest, while the second shot captures the new mom and baby snuggling cheek to cheek. Vanessa Etienne,, 11 Apr. 2022

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“Cheek to cheek.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 21 Jun. 2024.

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