Examples of cheesy in a Sentence
cheesy plastic knickknacks lined the fireplace mantel
a cheesy watch that he bought from a sidewalk vendor preying on tourists
Recent Examples of cheesy from the Web
A willingness to break out of an assembly-line format that has become numbing: talking heads describing developments in the case, intercut with often cheesy re-enactments.
In this revival of the cheesy ’90s TV series, lifeguards Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron bare their pecs and go after a beachside drug-smuggling operation.
These burgers have it all: Salty feta and pomegranate seeds infuse the bison patty for cheesy pleasure in every bite.
Cosmopolitan.com, meanwhile, is testing out some cheesy pancake recipes.
This February release cost $55 million and grossed $378 million worldwide despite widespread critical panning, demonstrating the public's enduring appetite for cheesy soft-corn bondage porn.
His replacement vessel, in an attempt at humor that epitomizes the tone of the cheesy screenplay, is called the Dying Gull.
The amateurish acting and cheesy special effects don’t help.
Lee Majors, who played Steve Austin in the cheesy hit series from the 70s, is the headliner.
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First Known Use of cheesy
CHEESY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cheesy for English Language Learners
: resembling cheese; especially : looking or smelling like cheese
: containing cheese
: of poor quality : lacking style or good taste
CHEESY Defined for Kids
Definition of cheesy for Students
1 : resembling cheese especially in appearance or smell a cheesy texture
2 : containing cheese a cheesy sauce
3 : of poor quality : lacking style or good taste We laughed while watching the old science fiction movie because of its lousy acting and cheesy sets.
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