Cherubin

Cher'u·bin adjective Cherubic; angelic. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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Cherubin

Cher'u·bin noun A cherub. [ Obsolete] Dryden.
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Cherubin

• (a.) Cherubic; angelic. • (n.) A cherub.
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Chérubin

The story is a light-hearted addition to Beaumarchais` Figaro plays, the action taking place soon after that of The Marriage of Figaro, and imagines festivities in celebration of Chérubin`s first military commission and seventeenth birthday. A farcical romp ensues, brought on by Chérubin lusting after each of the female characters and inspirin..
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