cheeked

[cheekt]
adjective
having cheeks of the kind indicated (used in combination): rosy-cheeked youngsters.

Origin:
cheek + -ed3

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The vision of a sunken-cheeked, tuberculosis-ridden pauper would always rise
  between me and the beauty of the sunset.
Murals in which he beams down at happy toilers and rosy-cheeked maidens seem to
  be at every crossroads and town square.
Two nicely plump, pink-cheeked maidens are arranged on the grey rocks behind
  the actor, manacled and in chains.
Ruddy-cheeked and plaid-clad, he could as easily be out here hunting chukar or
  mending downed fences.
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