Definition of cheek to cheek in English:

cheek to cheek

  • (Of two people dancing) with their heads close together in an intimate way.
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    • The music was slow, and the two other couples on the dance floor were slow dancing, their eyes closed, cheek to cheek.
    • The singer, his voice deep and husky, started singing mimicking that of Frank Sinatra, singing about us dancing cheek to cheek.
    • He then closes his eyes and we were cheek to cheek.
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