But a School House man had been "cheeked" by a filthy little outhouse swab.
It was said he had cheeked the old man; it was said he had frightened him.
The pony went on a little, but they drew rein, and waited for the girl again; and again he "cheeked" her.
He "cheeked" her; she tossed her head, and looked the other way.
I remember how those “boys” cheeked me two years ago, laughed at me, sat on me.
He was inclined to be rather fatherly at first, so I cheeked him.
Nothing loth, the village girls "cheeked" him, and so they passed on.
She was a blue-eyed, jolly girl of the very best sort, but the way she cheeked my big brother used to frighten me.
Even then he seems to have cheeked the chief and played Harry all round.
But the club was cheeked by substance as solid as itself, the result being a sounding thump.