buccal

buccal

/ˈbʌk(ə)l/
adjective
technical
1 Relating to the cheek.
1.1 Relating to the mouth.

Origin
Early 19th century: from Latin bucca ‘cheek’ + -al.

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From this rhyme so frilly
I hope you’ll get a chuckle
Or bite down on your knuckle
Just don’t fill the cavity buccal
With your belt’s silver buckle.
That would just be silly!

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