Definition of 'cheekbone'
Example sentences containing 'cheekbone'
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Somehow my cheekbones looked higher and that furrow between the nose and mouth disappeared. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Left the field yesterday with a suspected fractured cheekbone. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Her raven hair and high cheekbones gave her a striking look. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Kicks of warm colour were added by dusting bronzer on parts of the face cheekbones. The Sun (2011)The rugby league convert has recovered from a fractured eye socket and cheekbone. The Sun (2014)Add a touch of sparkle with metallic eyes and highlighted cheekbones. The Sun (2012)She stroked it just under the cheekbones and then added some apricot blusher for warmth. The Sun (2007)Three others were bleeding from face wounds, including a fractured cheekbone. The Sun (2007)The left-back was nursing a fractured cheekbone and so wore a protective face mask. The Sun (2016)The main ones are either side of your face, in your cheekbones and just above your eyebrows. The Sun (2015)I had a fractured cheekbone and eye socket. The Sun (2011)Instead use a creamy pink blush and put it really high on your cheekbone, right under the eye socket. The Sun (2013)Her pale blue eyes were set wide above high cheekbones, a neat straight nose and wide but thin lips. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I stare at the high cheekbones. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I think it has something to do with my face, my cheekbones are similar to his. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He, too, was attacked and suffered a fractured cheekbone. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And no one epitomised that more than Ameobi, fractured cheekbone and all. The Sun (2011)It's easy to use: just draw a fat line just below the cheekbone and blend downwards. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Her long brown hair is tied back in a ponytail; her eyes are widely set, above high cheekbones. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The other cop's partner found out and attacked him in the street, causing a fractured eye socket and cheekbone. The Sun (2015)It can be used to highlight your cheekbones, just under your eyebrows to open the eye, and down the centre of your nose to contour and slim. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'cheekbone'
British English: cheekbone /ˈtʃiːkˌbəʊn/ NOUN
Your cheekbones are the two bones in your face just below your eyes.
- American English: cheekbone
- Arabic: عَظْمَةُ الوَجْنَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: osso malar
- Chinese: 颧骨
- Croatian: jagodica
- Czech: lícní kost
- Danish: kindben
- Dutch: jukbeen
- European Spanish: pómulo
- Finnish: poskiluu
- French: pommette
- German: Wangenknochen
- Greek: ζυγωματικό
- Italian: zigomo
- Japanese: ほお骨
- Korean: 광대뼈
- Norwegian: kinnben
- Polish: kość policzkowa
- European Portuguese: maçã do rosto
- Romanian: pomeți
- Russian: скула
- Spanish: pómulo
- Swedish: kindben
- Thai: โหนกแก้ม
- Turkish: elmacık kemiği
- Ukrainian: вилиця
- Vietnamese: xương gò má
Definition of cheekbone from the Collins English Dictionary
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