Her son's rubicund and puckered countenance lightened at her approach.
The child turned its head and looked the rubicund man full in the eyes.
His clean-shaven face was round and rubicund; his eyes had a cheery light in them; a jolly smile hovered about his mouth.
"Mad, of course, that's to say imbecile," repeated the rubicund man.
He was a short, plump man, with a rubicund face and apoplectic look, though hardly forty years of age.
He had a rubicund countenance, huge mustachios, and small, ferrety eyes.
Her florid countenance had already become more than ordinarily rubicund, and her nostrils were breathing anger.
Since his marriage there was a great change in the rubicund squireen.
When I meet him—he is now stout and rubicund—he gives me the idea of a man who has attained to his ideals.
Every corner of the busy interior is as rubicund as a Dutch dairy.