Cherub [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Cherub:

Therefore God alone is responsible for the acts the man performs in obedience to the cherub's orders.

So I want you to fit up this roof of the kitchen exactly in the way you arranged the garden on the roof at Cherub Court.

A decided case of 'up aloft': he looks quite the cherub, does he not?

But from the limit whence the cherub continueth not the imp began.

And the glory of the God of Israel was gone up from the cherub, whereupon he was, to the threshold of the house.

From the hand of the cherub, the man in linen cloth received the fire that was between the cherubim.

As the anointed, divinely chosen cherub he held an exalted position in connection with the government of the throne of God.

Pink walked abruptly away, looking very much like a sulky cherub.

The sorrowing stone cherub in the foreground looks very much as though he had just undergone nursery correction.

"Cherub," a good hearted but not over refined young man, is brought in touch with the aristocracy.