Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cutie-pie.

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Examples

  • “When I turn around again, you two cutie-pies had better be out of here,” she said.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • “When I turn around again, you two cutie-pies had better be out of here,” she said.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • “When I turn around again, you two cutie-pies had better be out of here,” she said.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • “When I turn around again, you two cutie-pies had better be out of here,” she said.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • My motto: a border collie a day keeps the black clouds away, although any herding or non-herding breed will do, ..... especiawwy teeny-weeny cutie-pies!

    keg of populist ire on tap

  • Today, Ernie says, he listens studiously to P. Diddy -- he's even got the new name right -- and "all those blond cutie-pies with navels."

    Bringing Back Tha Funk

  • We find a hero in skeleton star Jim Shea Jr. (the first-ever third-generation Winter Olympian), a star in powerful bobsled driver Todd Hays and a pair of all-American cutie-pies in skeleton's Tristan Gale and bobsled's Jean Racine.

    Slip Sliding Away

  • Monster season is upon us and what better place to find out all about the creepy cutie-pies that at Jay Stephens' blog Monsterama.

    Great Guelph Photos and Cool Blog Links by Creative Guelphites

  • In his obnoxiously overdirected Romeo + Juliet, hard as Luhrmann tried to impress with his gimmicks, it was Bill Shakespeare – abetted by talented cutie-pies Claire and Leo – who did the heavy lifting.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat

  • We wandered through the graves from the late 1800s and early 1900s, armed with our cutie-pies.

    grouse Diary Entry

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