[ UK /t‍ʃˈiːkbə‍ʊn/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃikˌboʊn/ ]
  1. the arch of bone beneath the eye that forms the prominence of the cheek
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How To Use cheekbone In A Sentence

  • Marya shook her head, her neatly bobbed dark hair brushing against high cheekbones.
  • His face was smooth and beardless, a testament to his youth, with high cheekbones and a delicate looking nose and mouth.
  • He's got more cheekbone than Snoop, bloodshot and rheumy eyes, and he's wearing a scruffy black overcoat and woolly hat.
  • Peachy tones look great on most complexions (or dab a bronzy shade on eyelids, cheekbones and lips), while a frosty white tone adds instant sexiness to darker complexions.
  • The hollows beneath his cheekbones showed his stress.
  • Revlon Skin Brightening powder dusted lightly over your decollete and cheekbones should be lovely, and an eyelash curler and waterproof brown mascara will keep your lashes visible and unsmeared by tears of joy. Wedding Make-Up: Pastors Can Help!
  • Her face seemed thinner, the high cheekbones more prominent somehow.
  • Its face was chalk white with lurid spots of rouge on the cheekbones. TALES OF THE CITY
  • She sketched the lines of his cheekbones and carefully shaded in the delicate curve of his upper lip.
  • One had a cut above his cheekbone like an old duelling scar. SKORPION'S DEATH
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