Associations to the word «Cheek»
CHEEK, noun. (anatomy) The soft skin on each side of the face, below the eyes; the outer surface of the sides of the oral cavity.
CHEEK, noun. (informal) (usually in the plural) A buttock.
CHEEK, noun. (informal) Impudence.
CHEEK, noun. (biology) (informal) One of the genae, flat areas on the sides of a trilobite's cephalon.
CHEEK, noun. The pieces of a machine, or of timber or stonework, that form corresponding sides or a similar pair.
CHEEK, noun. (in plural) The branches of a bridle bit.
CHEEK, noun. (metalworking) The middle section of a flask, made so that it can be moved laterally, to permit the removal of the pattern from the mould.
CHEEK, verb. To be impudent towards.
CHEEK, proper noun. A pre-Norman surname.
CHEEK BY JOWL, adverb. In very close physical proximity, crowded together.
CHEEK BY JOWL, adverb. (by extension) In very close or intimate association.
CHEEK POUCH, noun. (anatomy) (zoology) A pouch in the cheek of some animals, usually used to carry food.
CHEEK POUCHES, noun. Plural of cheek pouch
CHEEK TOOTH, noun. A hinder or molar tooth.
CHEEK, noun. Either side of the face below the eyes.
CHEEK, noun. An impudent statement.
CHEEK, noun. Either of the two large fleshy masses of muscular tissue that form the human rump.
CHEEK, noun. Impudent aggressiveness; "I couldn't believe her boldness"; "he had the effrontery to question my honesty".
CHEEK, verb. Speak impudently to.
The chief difference between words and deeds is that words are always intended for men for their approbation, but deeds can be done only for God.