cherubic

[ chuh-roo-bik ]SEE DEFINITION OF cherubic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHERUBIC

"I said that you did," answered Jessie, with an affectation of cherubic simplicity.

“In truth you are old, buona madre,” said the cherubic boy, in a sweet soprano.

"No see nobody, sar," replied the man with cherubic simplicity.

Some of the cherubic figures are a compound of ox, eagle, lion, and man.

She was on the wide veranda, swinging the cherubic boy in the hammock.

The shawl, framing this, made her look very young and cherubic.

The cherubic aspect had for the moment dominated Mephistopheles.

Say, cherubic parent taking the lead, in what direction do we steer first?

The moral is: when your husband is in Mesopotamia and the time comes to sell the pony, lock your cherubic son in the nursery.

From thence we have to look down from every point of our warm hearts with a sight as multifold as the cherubic eyes.

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