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n. Informal
Variant of cutie.


(ˈkyu ti)

Informal. a charmingly attractive person.
[1760–70, Amer.]
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CUTEY Callum Hoy is a chip off the old block but unlike his dad, he's struck gold before getting his first bike.
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He said my daughter was an absolute cutey and he hugged her and gave her a kiss.
1-litres is not going to immediately endear you to the 'eco' engine underneath the bonnet of this Korean cutey.
Tom is my favourite one of the band, he is a cutey.
ONE is a teenage cutey in the first flush of fame, while the other is starting to think about stocking up on anti-wrinkle creams.
This is no vampire, Hollywood-styled cutey horror story.
Whatever the mode, or trim, the little cutey reminded me a lot of Ford''s one-time favourite, the topless Street Ka, although it probably sits somewhere between that and the more orthodox Mazda MX5 drop-top and Peugeot''s 207CC.
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HARD house cutey pie Eddie Halliwell is in town tomorrow night when Slide returns to Garlands.