OTHER WORDS FROM cheesychees·i·ly, adverbchees·i·ness, noun
How to use cheesy in a sentence
Or, as I like to tell everyone who is not in the medical field, cheesy dead stuff.When physicians and veterinarians team up, all species benefit|Liz Devitt|November 5, 2020|Science News For Students
For it to have a bit of cheesiness, and I agree that it does, is expected.‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Fight Over Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone|Ramin Setoodeh, Maria Elena Fernandez|July 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The nature of the show aside, the president brings a fair amount of Smooth Operator cheesiness to his performance.Fatherly Obama’s Charm Turns Patronizing on Visit to ‘The View’|Michelle Cottle|May 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
However, Nic is so distracted by the movie's cheesiness—and her own repressed nature—that she can't seem to enjoy the moment.
Closeness or cheesiness are danger signals, warnings of lack of fermentation,—so is a slate-coloured interior.Cocoa and Chocolate|Arthur W. Knapp