First Known Use of tongue-in-cheek
Examples of tongue in cheek in a Sentence
The whole interview was done tongue in cheek.
Recent Examples of tongue in cheek from the Web
Regardless, Peyton had plenty to say about the commercial — much of it tongue in cheek — during a recent interview with The Postgame.
However, those quotes were believed to have been made tongue in cheek, and Hazard has already gone on record in the recent past about how Conte have markedly improved his game during the Italian's time at the helm.
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First Known Use of tongue in cheek
TONGUE-IN-CHEEK Defined for English Language Learners
tongue in cheek
Definition of tongue in cheek for English Language Learners
: in a way that is not serious and that is meant to be funny
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