Cupid

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god of love

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(Roman mythology) god of love

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a symbol for love in the form of a cherubic naked boy with wings and a bow and arrow

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Lorry moved in his chair, and cast a troubled look towards the hospital procession of negro cupids.
How I should love to see the Cupids in their dear little fools' caps
Maimie could also see the pompous doctor feeling the Duke's heart and hear him give utterance to his parrot cry, and she was particularly sorry for the Cupids, who stood in their fools' caps in obscure places and, every time they heard that "Cold, quite cold," bowed their disgraced little heads.
Most gladsome sight of all, the Cupids plucked the hated fools' caps from their heads and cast them high in the air.
By this time all the ladies were crying in their handkerchiefs, but presently the Cupids had a lovely idea.
Lady Janet lifted her bright black eyes in mute expostulation to the carved Cupids and wreaths on the dining-room ceiling.
Re-enter HELEN, passing over the stage between two CUPIDS.
The old tragic Necessity, which lowers on the brows even of the Venuses and the Cupids of the antique, and furnishes the sole apology for the intrusion of such anomalous figures into nature,--namely, that they were inevitable; that the artist was drunk with a passion for form which he could not resist, and which vented itself in these fine extravagances,--no longer dignifies the chisel or the pencil.
Much did she censure the attenuated Cupids who encircle the ceiling of the Queen's Hall, inclining each to each with vapid gesture, and clad in sallow pantaloons, on which the October sunlight struck.
Miss Rachel then covered the surface, under his directions and with his help, with patterns and devices--griffins, birds, flowers, cupids, and such like--copied from designs made by a famous Italian painter, whose name escapes me: the one, I mean, who stocked the world with Virgin Maries, and had a sweetheart at the baker's.
Splendid cake, covered with Cupids, silver, and true-lovers' knots.
Pricewise followers have never been in better shape going into a final with the two favourites, Cupids Arrow and Sinatra Princess, who when coupled are odds-on, strongly advised in the ante-post market at 10-1 and 16-1 respectively.
Cupids Lingerie is suing some former managers, accusing them of using the company's intimate details to open their own lingerie boutique.
Junior counsel Alistair Clark on Cupids club:"These clubs are apparently places where people go for casual sexual activity with others who like that sort of thing.
Cupids will offer in-depth tips on styles, colours and sizes.