You will feel the edge of the brow, of the cheekbone, and where the light falls on the temple and on the side of the nose.
It broke the skin on his cheekbone and forehead and blood ran from the cuts.
He said to Sherman, "I am short part of an ear and cheekbone, but am able to whip all hell yet!"
Very lightly his fingers traveled from her cheekbone to her jaw.
His “friend,” when Tony was lying asleep in the hospital, had taken a razor and slit his mouth back to the cheekbone.
It looped in mid-air and slashed the man's face from chin to cheekbone.
I can recall that he had a bruise over an eye or on a cheekbone, or someplace on his face, in looking back.
As he turned I saw a star-shaped blue scar above his cheekbone.
I jerked my head aside far enough that the scalpel grated along my cheekbone instead of slashing my mouth.
Put a piece of that sticking plaster on that cut across your cheekbone.
cheekbone cheek·bone (chēk'bōn')
See zygomatic bone.