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Definition of -Cheeked
What does -Cheeked mean?
- Having cheeks (of the face) of the kind described by the word to which this combining form is attached.
Phrases with -Cheeked
Phrases ending with the word -Cheeked:
Other phrases containing the word -Cheeked:
- Red-Cheeked Parrot
- White-Cheeked Tern
- Yellow-Cheeked Tit
- Bare-Cheeked Trogon
- Blue-Cheeked Amazon
- Buff-Cheeked Gibbon
- Gray-Cheeked Nunlet
- Gray-Cheeked Thrush
- Grey-Cheeked Nunlet
- Grey-Cheeked Thrush
- Mail-Cheeked Fishes
- Red-Cheeked Dunnart
- Yellow-Cheeked Vole
- Bare-Cheeked Babbler
- Blue-Cheeked Jacamar
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Printed books with definitions for -Cheeked
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Parrots For Dummies (2011)
by Nikki Moustaki
They are both about 10 inches long, but the green-cheeked is a bit brighter than the maroon-bellied and has grey barring on its chest, fading into a slightly reddish belly. The maroon-bellied has a golden barring on its chest and distinct, ...
The Birds of South America (1989)
Volume 1: The Oscine Passerines by Robert S. Ridgely, Tudor Guy
Gray-cheeked is a duller and grayer- looking bird (not so buffy), particularly on head, neck, and breast — but be careful! HABITAT AND BEHAVIOR: Uncommon transient and n. -winter resident (Sept. -May) in lower growth of forest, ...
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Quotes about -Cheeked
Many a rose-cheeked apple is rotten at the core.
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