Examples of cutie in a Sentence
Her boyfriend's a real cutie.
in her days as a chorus girl she was a real cutie
Recent Examples of cutie from the Web
Performers included Iggy Azalea, who was just in town for Premios Juventud rocking red leather chaps; local cutie Austin Mahone; pop band Hey Violet; and Noah Cyrus, who sang with her sister Miley at iHeartRadio last month.
These these little two cutie pies right here and for me.
Every cutie-pie in Hollywood, like Justin Timberlake and Idris Elba.
But Peyton List is charming as Holly, the cutie who serves as Greg’s romantic interest, and a few scenes — a debacle at a Civil War re-enactment, for instance — have the spark of originality.
Who’s a widdle cutie-pie?’ variety — because that seems demeaning.
That’s right, we’re talking about the blonde cutie posing with her mom in front of their Christmas tree.
When the cantankerous McCoy starts messing with that pointy-eared cutie called Spock, just zap the ornery sawbones with the mute.
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Origin and Etymology of cutie
First Known Use: 1908See Words from the same year
Synonymsbabe [slang], beauty queen, cookie (or cooky), beauty (or cutey), dolly bird [British], enchantress, eyeful, fox, goddess, honey, knockout, queen, stunner
Related Wordsbelle, charmer, peach; bathing beauty, cover girl, pinup girl; bimbette [slang], bunny, houri, sex kitten, sexpot, sex symbol; cutie-pie, dish, doll, dreamboat [slang], hottie, looker, pretty; coquette, femme fatale, siren, temptress, vamp
Near Antonymsbag, dog, frump; crone, hag, horror, witch; gorgon, monster
CUTIE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cutie for English Language Learners
: an attractive person : a cute person
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