cherub cherub  /ˈtʃɛ rəb/


  1. (n) a sweet innocent baby
  2. (n) an angel of the second order whose gift is knowledge; usually portrayed as a winged child


  1. And you know, that little cherub he had golden ringlets and big blue eyeslaunched forth with a story that went on and on.
  2. Neil MacGregor, the cherub-faced director of the British Museum, uses a more refined arsenal: cultural relics and priceless artifacts.
  3. Sharing top billing is George Osborne, the Conservative Party's azure-blooded Shadow Chancellor, a cherub-cheeked 37-year-old son of a Baronet.


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  1. "In those days (early years in international cricket) Tendulkar was a tousle-haired cherub prepared to stand his ground against all comers, including Wasim Akram [ Images ] and the most menacing of the Australians, Merv Hughes. Now he is a...
    on Nov 14, 2009 By: Peter Roebuck Source: Rediff

  2. When asked to describe his stand-up, John Pinette said, "I talk about my life, it is the funniest thing I can think of. For some reason, people enjoy seeing me lose my cherub like demeanor".
    on Sep 9, 2008 By: John Pinette Source: San Jose Mercury News

  3. "Lust was given to the worm, while the cherub stands before God," wrote Friedrich Schiller in a line emphasized by Beethoven in the finale of the 9th Symphony.
    on Mar 30, 2009 By: Friedrich Schiller Source: Asia Times Online

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