Definition of rosy-cheeked in English:

rosy-cheeked

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adjective

(Of a person) having pink or red cheeks: rosy-cheeked babies
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  • There were plenty of rosy-cheeked boys and girls who had learned the traditional steps in school and danced with joy and precision.
  • Rosy-cheeked, books under their arms, cycling from one lecture to the next, the students of Leuven look like they actually study.
  • Noah raised an eyebrow as he shook his shaggy reddish hair out of his rosy-cheeked face.

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