cheesy[ chee-zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF cheesy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHEESY
The bread was sour and the Italian butter rank and cheesy—often uneatable.
In either event, so Cheesy was assured, he, could have his wish gratified.
It goes through the hamper, and gives a cheesy flavour to everything else there.
It is a white, cheesy material, with a slight flavor of tallow.
Cheesy is the best fellow in the world in some respects, but he cannot bring himself to speak well of a fellow behind his back.
I have not tasted any really good butter since we arrived, and we pay two shillings a pound for cheesy, rancid stuff.
Cheesy tubercles as large as a pea, both ulcerated and non-ulcerated, have been found in the stomach, but they are very rare.
It consists essentially of fatty and oily matters, but it is always found in combination with casein (cheesy matter) and water.
Birch-Hirschfeld asserts that cheesy degeneration of the mesenteric glands is always accompanied by tubercular formations.
The second stage is characterized by the commencement of the cheesy degeneration.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CHEESY
- not up to snuff