Definition of adorbs in English:

adorbs

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Pronunciation: /əˈdɔːbz/
(also adorb)

adjective

informal
Arousing great delight; cute or adorable: all the pets are totally adorbs check out the adorbs photo newborn babies are so adorb
More example sentences
  • Despite spending time with Ross and his adorbs daughter and sweet wife, I managed to get some writing in.
  • She knows how to melt the heart of fans: post a picture of your totes adorbs baby on Twitter.
  • He is absolutely adorbs - his eyes are gonna make hearts melt.

Origin

early 21st century: alteration of adorable.

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