Examples of cheeky in a Sentence
a cheeky comment about something that was none of her business
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The knit fits well, the tiger pattern is rebellious and cheeky, and Mayweather’s choice of black pants and shiny-lace up boots makes nothing but good sense for an outfit meant to intimidate.
The official Wimbledon Twitter account has even been cheeky about it.
An Absolute Outrage But not as cheeky as this Shetland pony who tried to straight up eat the queen’s flowers today.
While Sharon Osbourne had a cheeky suggestion for the Jenner sisters.
Owing either to the new president or to record viewership numbers or to both, Season 9 of the cheeky crossdressing competition has been accompanied by a heap of publicity noting drag’s political implications (guilty!).
The Arrested Development star and the British monarch have exchanged cheeky messages.
Gonio is well-matched by Corinna Lapid Munter, another admirable vocalist and a cheeky comedian who, as Mrs. Lovett, becomes Sweeney’s accomplice.
After spending the last year building a beta and collecting clinical data, Woebot Labs Inc. just launched the full commercial product—a cheeky, personalized chatbot that checks on you once a day for the price of $39 a month.
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CHEEKY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cheeky for English Language Learners
: rude and showing a lack of respect often in a way that seems playful or amusing
CHEEKY Defined for Kids
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