Definition of cutie in English:

cutie

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Pronunciation: /ˈkjuːti
 
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noun (plural cuties)

informal
An attractive or endearing person, especially a young woman: this twenty-year-old cutie was flavour of the month
More example sentences
  • The five young cuties, Rambo, Pedro, Barney, Wendy and Dandy, have fitted in well but are already keeping staff on their toes.
  • Last week, these two young cuties showed up at my local skate park and I was embarrassed by the serious lack of game I witnessed.
  • Will's always been a cutie and I've always been attracted to him, even during my everlasting love for Brett.

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