Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cupid.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Sotheby's says that the painting, showing a richly dressed woman and man surrounded by cupids, is thought to represent Elizabeth and Lord Craven.

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  • Hmm you’re saying that cupids is too close to cupid?

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  • The conductor of the party in Egypt had called them both "cupids;" and this term became very popular for the time.

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  • We were busy people, meeting, touring, eating, drinking, dancing, and a story I will tell soon of playing cupids to our newfound friend Maria Helena de la Cruz, I call my professor.

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  • We were busy people, meeting, touring, eating, drinking, dancing, and a story I will tell soon of playing cupids to our newfound friend Maria Helena de la Cruz, I call my professor.

    Cathedrals have a way of calling!

  • A late 18th-century golden-bronze gueridon a small table used by waiters when serving with cupids supporting the tray, attributed to the renowned furniture maker Adam Weisweiler, is estimated at €70,000-€100,000.

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  • Here were squares upon squares of cupids, lions, robed Chinese men and bearded sea creatures smoking pipes.

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  • We were busy people, meeting, touring, eating, drinking, dancing, and a story I will tell soon of playing cupids to our newfound friend Maria Helena de la Cruz, I call my professor.

    Cathedrals have a way of calling!

  • Roses, teddy bears, and cupids abound each February, creating fond memories.

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  • We were busy people, meeting, touring, eating, drinking, dancing, and a story I will tell soon of playing cupids to our newfound friend Maria Helena de la Cruz, I call my professor.

    Cathedrals have a way of calling!

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