adjective, chees·i·er, chees·i·est.
- cheever, john,
- chef de cuisine
Origin of cheesy
Examples from the Web for cheesy
It's cheesy and ludicrous and, therefore, delightful; it's the reading equivalent of hate-watching.‘A Gronking to Remember’ Speed Read: 8 Naughtiest Bits|Emily Shire|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST
He was grabbing my hips and he was pouring with perspiration and he had this cheesy smile.
Our hopes have gotten so cheesy that even the cheese is ersatz.Tina Brown: Why Kim Kardashian Isn’t ‘Aspirational'|Tina Brown|April 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A cheesy slice of heaven tastes great, but how does it feel?
Its eighties music is so cheesy and the struggle is so real.
The larger milk ducts contain yellowish, cheesy particles, in which are many tubercle bacilli.Special Report on Diseases of Cattle|U.S. Department of Agriculture
It was also seen in the nodules of pearly distemper and in the cheesy masses from the lungs of cattle.
Corn that has a cheesy appearance after canning had reached the dough stage before being packed.Every Step in Canning|Grace Viall Gray
Birch-Hirschfeld asserts that cheesy degeneration of the mesenteric glands is always accompanied by tubercular formations.
Cheesy tubercles as large as a pea, both ulcerated and non-ulcerated, have been found in the stomach, but they are very rare.