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Things cheek often describes (“cheek ________”)
jowl, bones, pieces, humor, pouches, teeth, attitude, bone, manner, style, approach, tone, comment, reference, piece, quality, description, article, account, way, remark, fashion, crease, look, humour, kiss, dancing, story, advice, comments, commentary, irony, parody, suggestion, milby, letter, response, satire, byjowl, title, junction, statement, remarks, treatment, expression, definition, incision, name, observation, appearance, version, references, term, kisses, kind, wit, guards, tocheek, answer, revolution, reply, tale, question, plates, comedy, proposal, ratio, reconstruction, stuff, editorial, strategy, explanation, exercise, tribute, smile, philosophy, essay, note, fishes, studs, column, list, stories, discussion, presentation, neal, element, report, play, affair, exaggeration, chowl

Descriptive words:
right, other, left, pale, soft, tongue, flushed, rosy, smooth, red, wet, fair, cold, pallid, white, warm, dark, brown, hot, free, thin, hollow, ruddy, wrinkled, round, cool, withered, sallow, swollen, pink, sunken, dimpled, delicate, rough, swarthy, rounded, fresh, bloody, bruised, scarred, upper, plump, lean, lovely, furrowed, damp, bronzed, unshaven, crimson, bearded, bright, fat, olive, blanched, downy, inner, manly, yellow, stubbled, dry, tanned, wan, stained, damned, fixed, tonguein, infernal, sunburnt, chubby, worn, hectic, powdered, shaven, haggard, leathery, pretty, youthful, stinging, stubbly

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See cheek used in context: 100+ rhymes, 59 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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