Cheeky

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Definition

cheeky (UK): rude, impertinent
adjective

(- It's 10am, do you want a beer?) - Cheeky!: (- It's 10am, do you want a beer?) - That's slightly unconventional, inappropriate!
idiom

a cheek: the part of your face below your eye and between your mouth and ear
noun

Examples

  • "I am not cheeky but you are very beautiful."
  • "Jean : Susie, I am a tear on your cheek when you cry."
  • "Jean : Uh, cheeky?"
  • "Here, you've got something on your cheek."
  • "And don't be cheeky!"
  • "A wee beverage sesh this early in the morn? Cheeky!"
  • "In the middle of the night I often go to the fridge and bring out an ice cube, and put it to my cheek just to bring back those memories."

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