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cheeked

[cheekt] /tʃikt/
adjective
1.
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.
  • They were cool even in summertime, and their red-cheeked salesgirls even wore sweaters under their white coats.
  • Everyone talks about the weather, but gray-cheeked mangabey monkeys actually do something about it, according to new research.
  • He bore little resemblance to the apple-cheeked dandy of his official portraits.
  • Ruby-cheeked locals brave the hostile climes with feather-filled parkas.
  • Word of warning to the paparazzi: taking photographs of the apple-cheeked beauty might cost you.
  • Her winningly chipmunk-cheeked smile is doled out sparingly, a privilege to be earned, rather than an icebreaker or an entreaty.

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