cheekful

cheekful

(ˈtʃiːkfʊl)
n
the quantity that can be held in or cover a cheek
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From the Over the Transom department we find two salty projects offering a cheekful of levity to the overly earnest and somber language of most parenting books.
Condori, with a bulging cheekful of coca leaves, pours drops of beer as an offering to Pachamama (Mother Earth) and declares, "As indigenous people, we will not be discriminated against.
Some chewers say a cheekful of betel aids digestion.
They'll take whole or milled grain, molasses-dosed stock grain, pig or rabbit pellets, or dog food from your storage and haul it by the cheekful to storage chambers in their complexes.
That's right," replied the Justice,with a cheekful of tongue, "and we've never forgiven him