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cheekful (ˈtʃiːkfʊl) 



  1. the quantity that can be held in or cover a cheek   ⇒  ■ a cheekful of blusher

Example Sentences Including 'cheekful'

Inside, Josephine grimaced, swallowed her cheekful of masticated doughnut, then savagely bit off the head from what remained of the torso.
Nicola Barker BEHINDLINGS (2002)


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