R and I were introduced by a married couple who enjoyed playing Cupid for their pet bachelor, a junior I-banker.
The same ginger-haired model served Caravaggio for his Amor Vincit Omnia, where Cupid stands astride an unmade bed.
His Cupid—which, like Veronica Mars, was critically adored yet underwatched—got canceled after one season in 1998.
A delicious marble Cupid appeared to have just alighted on his pedestal at the upper end of the room.
In the Triumph of Cupid, many years later, we shall still find the dustman.
Nobody ever painted anything better than your Cupid and Psyche.
The tanner in the bower gave approval with a cough, like Cupid with a sneeze; then he turned it to a snore.
"But you're not going to leave me, I'll tell you that beforehand," Cupid ran on.
And yet she has dust as much sympathy for Benson as for Cupid.
I needed no Cupid to tell me I was in love again—to the very ends of my fingers.
Roman god of passionate love, late 14c., from Latin Cupido, personification of cupido "desire, love," from cupere "to desire" (see cupidity). Identified with Greek Eros. Cupid's bow as a shape, especially of lips, is from 1858.
Note: In art, Cupid is often depicted as a chubby, winged infant who shoots arrows at people to make them fall in love. He is also sometimes shown as blind or blindfolded.