Definition of 'rubicund'
Example sentences containing 'rubicund'
His face was pleasantly rubicund, his chin round and soft, his nose broad and his eyes light in colour and wide-set.THE COMPLETE STORIES VOLUME 2 (1988)
Tench saw it in his eyes but he didn't flinch, nor did the amiable Pickwickian smile fade from his round and rubicund face.THE ONLY GAME (1988)
The fat physician, his rubicund features glistening in the candle-light, made a rude sound with his lips.A SHRINE OF MURDERS (1988)
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