cherubic cherubic  /tʃə ˈru bɪk/


  • (adj) having a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub



  1. Possibly because he recognized that the cherubic little guru would be superior at attracting followers, Brother God Incarnate quietly agreed.
  2. An early family photograph shows a cherubic little boy in the uniform of a Soviet naval cadet, grinning as he stands nestled between his father and mother.


  • Father’s Day Trivia: Which Celebrity Father Took His Daughter to a Playboy Party?

    When Kelsey Grammer took his baby daughter to a Playboy Halloween party last fall, he took a lot of heat. One of the playmates who attended the party tweeted, ""Why the f*** does Kelsey Grammer have a newborn baby at the Mansion Party!?" It didn't help that a photo surfaced on the Internet showing the cherubic infant on a red velvet sofa surrounded by plastic cocktail cups.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Yahoo! Contributor Network via omg!


  1. "He (Tendulkar) is an unlikely-looking god. He stands there in the middle dwarfed by the gigantic Andrew Flintoff and the strapping Yuvraj Singh, a boy-like figure with a cherubic face whose Michelin man-style pads come half way up his thigh,"...
    on Dec 19, 2008 By: Simon Hughes Source:

  2. His "soft, round, cherubic face" earned him the nickname "Lemon," Allen wrote.
    on Jul 12, 2008 By: Maury Allen Source: Bloomberg

  3. Conservative journalist and blogger Mark Steyn described Genson on his Internet blog as a "big, shaggy hulk under a mop of unfeasibly blonde cherubic ringlets and when he's worked up it's oddly moving."
    on Jun 20, 2007 By: Mark Steyn Source: Chicago Daily Herald

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