Definition of 'choirboy'
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He is a former flautist and choirboy who read music at college. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The look of a choirboy. The Sun (2016)In a way he had this choirboy look. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I make you look like a choirboy. Christianity Today (2000)I was an angelic choirboy, so it must have been my fault. Times, Sunday Times (2013)MAY look like a choirboy but knows what he wants - and that is to be world champion. The Sun (2009)The former choirboy entered while studying Spanish on a gap year in the capital Santiago and now gets mobbed in the streets there. The Sun (2011)He looks like a choirboy and plays with a dreamy certainty, winding up his big, extended forehand to crunch winners with abandon. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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