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Synonyms for cheek

Synonyms for cheek

Synonyms for cheek

an impudent statement

either of the two large fleshy masses of muscular tissue that form the human rump

impudent aggressiveness

speak impudently to

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You've also got to be honest with yourself - HAVE you been cheeking your mum or taking her for granted?
Last week I saw a group of these boys and girls cheeking a young policeman, then running riot when his colleagues arrived.
The best explanation offered is Eliot's own, which could have been written about many of her fictional characters: "I want encouraging rather than warning and cheeking.
I found myself cheeking under my car every day before going to work," Phillips recalls, because some of the evidence against the terrorists included recipes they had for blowing up cars.
The first step in cheeking if a building has a problem is to conduct a survey using a reliable consultant.
Many financial services traditionally provided by banks and insurance firms, such as cheeking and claims settlement, are costly tasks that require a large administrative work force.
Pre-Qualification Criteria: The firm shall have casting manufacturing facility for manufacturing similar type of cast iron liners (or) Tie-up with good casting manufacturing suppliers, CNC turning & boring machine to machine the subject liners, heat treatment facility to carry out the ageing process or tie-up with good heat treatment firms, CNC honing machines to carry out the honing operations including cross hatching of cylinder liner, cylindrical grinding machine to carry out the grinding of cylinder liners, Inspection facilities to check the geometrical parameters of cylinder liner(including cheeking of surface finish)