[ UK /t‍ʃˈiːki/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃiki/ ]
  1. offensively bold
    a brash newcomer disputed the age-old rules for admission to the club
    a nervy thing to say
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How To Use cheeky In A Sentence

  • There were points where it could be a bit cheeky and fun. Times, Sunday Times
  • And while everyone around wished the couple a happy married life, one of the guests decided to be a little cheeky.
  • He admits he owes a lot of his success to that cheeky grin. The Sun
  • The man who's responsible for two of the most black-hearted exposés on psychological cruelty hadn't gone soft - just cheeky and satirical.
  • The happy event occurred in the Taylor's aviary in Wakefield, after the mother - a kakariki called Cheeky - and father Tom, a golden mantel rosella, were reared together from chicks.
  • Whilst trying to make the melodies inaccessible, these cheeky tykes from Ozzy's old home city have only gone and made them all the more appealing.
  • Many of the ranchers themselves see all this tourism as a cheeky attempt to commercialise a real and vanishing culture.
  • She is slightly built and very pretty, with baby blue eyes and a wide, cheeky grin.
  • Or did we perhaps witness a cheeky acknowledgement by the show's writing team that Tommy needs some character traits -- other than sterility and petulance, that is -- pronto? Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
  • THIS cheeky giraffe looks like it's longing to get some food and drink down its neck. The Sun
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