Definition of cheeked
: having cheeks of a specified nature —used in combination rosy-cheeked
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The video boasts hot, rough-cheeked cowboys line-dancing.
Another standout features a woman looking to the heavens, as four rosy-cheeked men peer out from a horizontal slice in her white frock.
The first golden-cheeked warblers, with brilliant yellow faces streaked with black, have arrived from Mexico and Central America to raise their young.
Should Know Salty, bossy, eternally pink-cheeked Empress of the Kitchen, who may be Downton Abbey’s only remaining virgin but seems to be getting her groove on with a local pig farmer.
Ringing the stage and filling the back booths were smooth-cheeked Anglo soldiers little older than the stripper.
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