Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A cute person.

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  • noun Term of endearment, typically used to refer to a cute person or animal.

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Examples

  • On another note, death cab for cutie is for gays and other people of that assort.

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  • Hey cutie, is that a chocolate brown wall behind you?

    Yer Mama

  • The revenge plot is intertwined with a romance between wagon train cutie Emily Hudson (a struggling Tamara Hope) and Jonathan (Trent Ford, not much better), the son of Samuelson who, in what may be the film’s only honest scene, tames an unmanageable horse.

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  • He was a cutie, which is a fancy way of saying I can't identify breeds.

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  • He was a cutie, which is a fancy way of saying I can't identify breeds.

    I Steal Puppies.

  • For example, if I did the reading and got a few cards that related to balance and health, I might think about getting my emotions under control and balancing my energy a little better before I try to call a cutie.

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  • For example, if I did the reading and got a few cards that related to balance and health, I might think about getting my emotions under control and balancing my energy a little better before I try to call a cutie.

    Where To Park Your Broomstick

  • Well, less time to wait to see if your cutie is the winner!

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  • I read Go East Memphis Mama and she posted her top 5 "cutie" guys (we are talking celebrities)!

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  • I read Go East Memphis Mama and she posted her top 5 "cutie" guys (we are talking celebrities)!

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  • An adorable paper cut.

    December 4, 2008