In ornithology, having red lores; as, the red-cheeked coly, Colius erythromelas.
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "red-cheeked" in a sentence
"It was a toddler of perhaps fifteen months or so—blonde, blue-eyed, red-cheeked, dressed in a yellow snowsuit against the chill of the November air."
"The mention of Bavaria may still conjure up images of rowdy beer halls, oompah bands and red-cheeked folk in dirndl and lederhosen, but the state capital, Munich, is revamping itself as Germany's answer to silicon valley."
"Hmm, said Sadhana, skirting the slope where the Canada geese were pecking at popcorn a little red-cheeked Japanese boy and his family were throwing for them."