What is another word for rosy-cheeked?

72 synonyms found


[ ɹˈə͡ʊzit͡ʃˈiːkt], [ ɹˈə‍ʊzit‍ʃˈiːkt], [ ɹ_ˈəʊ_z_i_tʃ_ˈiː_k_t]

Related words: rosy-cheeked child, rosy-faced child, rosy-cheeked children, rosy-cheeked girl, rosy-cheeked little girl, rosy-cheeked woman, rosy-cheeked woman with fair skin

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  • What is a rosy-cheeked person?

    How to use "Rosy-cheeked" in context?

    Rosy-cheeked is a very descriptive word for a person with, as the dictionary defines it, "a rosy complexion and cheeks that are red and cheerful." The Oxford American Dictionary defines rosy-cheeked as: having a rosy complexion and cheeks that are red and cheerful. The word has its origins in the Old French word rosecheek, which is derived from the Latin word rosum, meaning blush. This word, in turn, likely comes from the Proto-Indo-European word for "rose.

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