Definition of cherubic in English:

cherubic

Line breaks: cher|ub¦ic
Pronunciation: /tʃɪˈruːbɪk
 
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adjective

Having the innocence or plump prettiness of a young child: a round, cherubic face
More example sentences
  • The day's troubles seemed to waste away as Laurel looked down at her brother's innocent, cherubic blue eyes and pale blonde hair.
  • Back then, it was us against the world, our cherubic innocent faces blissfully wiped clear of reality.
  • She had bright green eyes that looked like the leaves on the trees at spring and her lips were cherubic and plump.
Synonyms
sweet, cute, attractive, adorable, appealing, lovable, lovely;
innocent, seraphic, saintly
informal butter-wouldn't-melt, adorbs

Derivatives

cherubically

adverb
More example sentences
  • The website depicts him crouched sparrow-like on a waterfall, gazing cherubically into the distance while music plays.
  • There had been a pause in the conversation as the cherubically smiling portly blonde gentleman looked at him.
  • Their throwback sound was helped immensely by the pair of cherubically chubby gals enthusiastically vocalizing back and forth.

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