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rubicund (adj.)

early 15c. (Chauliac), "reddish, flushed," especially of the face, especially as a result of indulgence in appetites, from Old French rubicond (14c.) and directly from Latin rubicundus, from rubere "to be red," from ruber "red" (from PIE root *reudh- "red, ruddy"). Related: Rubicundity.

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Definitions of rubicund from WordNet

rubicund (adj.)
inclined to a healthy reddish color often associated with outdoor life;
Santa's rubicund cheeks
Synonyms: ruddy / florid / sanguine
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