adjective (cheesier, cheesiest)
- 1Like cheese in taste, smell, or consistency: a pungent, cheesy sauceMore example sentences
- The cheddar mash had no overtly cheesy taste but was rich and creamy and the dish was served with a thick onion gravy, dotted with baby onions.
- It can give a rich, cheesy taste to an otherwise dull vegetarian soup.
- She always put yummy things in there that tasted cheesy or creamy or meaty.
- 2 • informal Cheap, unpleasant, or blatantly inauthentic: a big cheesy grin cheesy motel roomsMore example sentences
- I do not want Cordelia getting emotional reassurance from a cheesy, cheap, plastic phone.
- I've seen people invest hundreds of dollars on a state-of-the-art graphics board, and then connect a cheap and cheesy monitor to their system.
- And that's not to mention the even more lucrative video market - the natural home for such cheap, and unashamedly cheesy, comedies.
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- I'd rather see her with someone who appreciates her goofiness and cheesiness than someone who finds it annoying and wants to change her.
- I had to laugh inwardly at my own dramatic cheesiness.
- There's something about their exuberant cheesiness that, quite frankly, disgusts me.