Cherubic (adjective)

Having a innocent and angelic appearance, typically of a child.


Late middle english: via old french from latin cherubicus, from cherubim (see cherub).


  1. The baby had a cherubic face and a chubby little body.
  2. His cherubic smile melted her heart.
  3. She had a cherubic innocence that made her seem like she was from another world.
  4. The cherubic child was playing with the dog in the park.
  5. The cherubic choir sang in perfect harmony.
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