cheek

Part of speech: noun

Either side of the face below the eye; an analogous part of any object.

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Usage examples "cheek":

  1. Edna made no answer, and yielded her cheek coldly to Bessie's kiss. - "Our Bessie", Rosa Nouchette Carey.
  2. A thin streak of colour came into Monsieur Beaucourt's cheek, a gleam of anger sparkled in his grey eyes. - "The End of Her Honeymoon", Marie Belloc Lowndes.
  3. It had been like this when the sleeping child lay in his arms; he could almost feel her little cheek against his bosom, and hear the soft music of her breathing. - "Lahoma", John Breckinridge Ellis.