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Noun: cheek  cheek
  1. Either side of the face below the eyes
  2. An impudent statement
    - impudence, impertinence, sauce [Brit, informal]
  3. Either of the two large fleshy masses of muscular tissue that form the human rump
    - buttock
  4. Impudent aggressiveness
    "he had the cheek to question my honesty";
    - boldness, nerve, brass, face, brass neck [Brit, informal]
Verb: cheek  cheek
  1. Speak impudently to

Derived forms: cheeked, cheeking, cheeks

Type of: aggressiveness, body part, discourtesy, disrespect, feature, lineament, speak, talk

Part of: body, face, human face, torso, trunk

Encyclopedia: Cheek, Steve