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Definition of "cherubim" [cher•u•bim]

  • Plural form of cherub. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "cherubim" in a sentence
  • "Testament writers used the word cherubim to designate angels, not merely to express ideas, can be best gathered from Gen., iii, 24, where God sets cherubim at the entrance of Paradise."
  • "Usually, we see a couple of shapes -- the little pudgy, baby-shaped angels, we call cherubim; and the two winged, blonde-haired feminine beauties we often top our trees with."
  • "To make sure no person would ever enter the garden again, the Lord dispatched angelic beings called cherubim to guard the place."