cutesy

[kyoot-see]
adjective, cutesier, cutesiest. Informal.
forcedly and consciously cute; coyly mannered: cutesy greeting cards, with animals peeking from behind flowers.
Also, cutesie.


Origin:
1910–15; cute + -sy

cutesiness, noun
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cutesy (ˈkjuːtsɪ)
 
adj , cutesier, cutesiest
informal chiefly (US) affectedly cute or coy

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cutesy
"artificially or annoyingly cute," by 1968, from cute.
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Example sentences
While this is objectively interesting, the cutesy wink to the reader at the end
  is both predictable and patronizing.
His only tiny worry was that a too perfect couple might come across as more
  cutesy than ha-ha funny.
So the point is that you're here to build a road and not make a little cutesy
  structure.
The cutesy tone of this blog is quite grating considering the way citizens are
  treated by your employees.
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