OTHER WORDS FROM cheekycheek·i·ly, adverbcheek·i·ness, noun
How to use cheeky in a sentence
Shepard's fondness for cheeky irreverence had popped up occasionally during his successful pre-NASA naval career, most notably when he was a test pilot at the Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Maryland.Remastered images reveal how far Alan Shepard hit a golf ball on the Moon|Jennifer Ouellette|February 5, 2021|Ars Technica
We could make out what she said cheekily in response to his questions.
The wrestling worthy accessory is a bit of a misnomer—there is no cheekily exposed skin in this full-coverage contraption.
When Ellen was similarly outfitted, the host cheekily said, “I finally feel like myself.”Channing Tatum, ‘Anchorman,’ Miss Utah, and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast Video|June 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Somewhat cheekily, the reporter hung the sign in the newsroom, but a few days later, an editor ordered it taken down.Operation: Stop Bruce Karsh From Selling Tribune to the Koch Brothers|David Freedlander|June 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It would come down to what McDonough cheekily called the “half Monty” versus the “full Monty.”
The two mice, careering wildly, scampered cheekily over his slippers.Sons and Lovers|David Herbert Lawrence
Crossing below Olivia and putting her knee on stool and looking cheekily up into George's face.Mr. Pim Passes By|Alan Alexander Milne
The blue-bell was silent, but all the tiny green leaves laughed, blowing cheekily in the sun.
He looked at me, cheekily; then he vanished through the gate.
The mechanical piano near the door played through a valse cheekily, then fell silent all at once, as if gone grumpy.The Secret Agent|Joseph Conrad