EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUBICUND
"Water on the brain; I don't care what any one says," asserted the rubicund man.
The child turned its head and looked the rubicund man full in the eyes.
"Mad, of course, that's to say imbecile," repeated the rubicund man.
He had a rubicund countenance, huge mustachios, and small, ferrety eyes.
The portly, rubicund landlord of the Lucky Digger entered the room.
Since his marriage there was a great change in the rubicund squireen.
What a robust, rubicund, hearty fellow is our old English farmer.
Hank was a stout, rubicund person and quite advanced in years.
Every corner of the busy interior is as rubicund as a Dutch dairy.
There sat the rubicund, bald, boy-like Colonel reading the Graphic.
"inclining to redness," c.1500, from Middle French rubicond (14c.), or directly from Latin rubicundus, from rubere "to be red," from ruber "red" (see red (adj.1)). Related: Rubicundity.