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cherubin a cherub (Fr. and Span. cherubin), THE TEMPEST, i. 2. 152;MACBETH, i. 7. 22; OTHELLO, iv. 2. 64; “cherubin look,” TIMON OF ATHENS, iv. 3. 62 ; “cherubins,” THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, v. 1. 62 ; HENRY VIII., i. 1. 23;TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, iii. 2. 66;CYMBELINE, ii. 4. 88. (This form, common enough in our early writers, is used even by Dryden.)

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