- s inclined to a healthy reddish color often associated with outdoor life
Santa's rubicund cheeks
- Among them: 1) a nude by Giorgione, Titian's great Venetian contemporary; 2) an example of the mighty figure painting of Michelangelo; 3) one of Rubens' rubicund exaltations of .
- Cycloid types: active, rubicund, round-faced; mentally jovial, sociable, tending to a maniac-depressive psychosis (cyclothymia) ; disease of the heart, blood vessels, kidneys.
- It was in the oyster-bar that a rubicund, ejaculatory stranger tendered him a card: HILTONSHURLEY MOGGS The Moggs Foundation For the purveying of useless things to worthy people.