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cutie

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Pronunciation: /ˈkjuːti
 
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Definition of cutie in English:

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.

Words that rhyme with cutie

agouti, beauty, booty, cootie, Djibouti, duty, fluty, fruity, rooty, snooty, tutti-frutti

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