Definitions

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  • adjective Having round red cheeks.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Directly after supper Marm sat alone, apple-cheeked in the corner, until the man went over and presented himself to her.

    Deadly

  • Directly after supper Marm sat alone, apple-cheeked in the corner, until the man went over and presented himself to her.

    Deadly

  • The stagiaires attempt to follow his instructions, but most fail miserably; the apple-cheeked Sergi Palacín, one of the local culinary school recruits, ends up with a few shreds of slimy tissue that he pokes disconsolately around a plate.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • Directly after supper Marm sat alone, apple-cheeked in the corner, until the man went over and presented himself to her.

    Deadly

  • I also forgot to use the adjective “apple-cheeked” to describe Joe McCulloch.

    SPX 2009: The Critics Panel » Comics Worth Reading

  • The stagiaires attempt to follow his instructions, but most fail miserably; the apple-cheeked Sergi Palacín, one of the local culinary school recruits, ends up with a few shreds of slimy tissue that he pokes disconsolately around a plate.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • He sounded flat and tired, but the photograph that accompanied his speech, somewhat surreally, showed his trademark apple-cheeked smile.

    Day of Honey

  • He sounded flat and tired, but the photograph that accompanied his speech, somewhat surreally, showed his trademark apple-cheeked smile.

    Day of Honey

  • Gazing at one of NASCAR's most prestigious prizes Saturday night, Darlington Raceway's latest winner wasn't sure if his apple-cheeked visage deserved to be etched in bronze on the base of a Southern 500 trophy that bears the likenesses of several stock car legends.

    Denny Hamlin's mastery of Darlington bodes well for career

  • Look at those apple-cheeked youngsters having good wholesome fun.

    Shake Your Booty « Awful Library Books

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