- adj. common misspelling of cheesy.
“This really looks like grated cheese and tastes "cheesey" the miso adds a bit of fermented flavor.”
“This really looks like grated cheese and tastes "cheesey" the dried miso powder adds a fermented flavor.”
“In vegetarian foods, miso lends a fermented "cheesey" flavor.”
“I think it is kind of cheesey, but they often get credit for it, versus the people who do later valid work to show the effect.”
“Laurie - This recipe is quite good and definitely worth a try, it just didn't taste quite as "cheesey" as I would have liked.”
“Angeles answered that-when he was a kid and went to movies where they were allegedly representing his folks-he saw them as "cheesey" and not like his folks at all.”
“Right off the bat it sounds "cheesey" but worse than that it makes just as much of a mockery of Christmas as the retailers do.”
“I've always viewed web-albums as kind of 'cheesey', but I recently wanted to post a bunch of images, and I thought I'd see what was out there.”
“The cheesey petition was a joke compared to his real problems with race and equality.”
“It was quite addictive even though it was a bit cheesey.”
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slang words from the sixties
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