Meaning of white-cheeked in English:

white-cheeked

adjective

  • Having white or pale cheeks.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Christopher Marlowe (?1564–1593), playwright and poet. From white + cheeked.

Pronunciation

white-cheeked

/ˌwʌɪ(t)ˈtʃiːkt/