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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrubicundru‧bi‧cund /ˈruːbɪkənd/ adjective literary  HBHFATsomeone who is rubicund is fat and has a red face
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rubicundHe was short, a little overweight, more than a little rubicund as to his features and exuded an aura of cheerful bonhomie.Willi padded round the room with his basket, a balding, rubicund Eliza Doolittle.He wore corrective goggles which must translate the rubicund gloom of this vestibule into the true spectrum.
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