cutie

[kyoo-tee]
noun
1.
Informal. a charmingly attractive or cute person, especially a girl or a young woman (often used as a form of address): Hi, cutie.
2.
Slang.
a.
a person who tries to outsmart an opponent, as an athlete who outmaneuvers an opposing player: The tackle was a real cutie when blocking on trap plays.
b.
a clever or cunning maneuver: He pulled a cutie.

Origin:
1760–70, Americanism; cute + -ie

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cutie or cutey (ˈkjuːtɪ)
 
n
a person regarded as appealing or attractive, esp a girl or woman
 
cutey or cutey
 
n

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cutie
"cute person," originally esp. "attractive young woman," 1917, from cute.
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Example sentences
The shapely red-head would do well, though, to tone down her cutie-pie grimacing.
Seduced by a conniving cutie, he looks desperately bored.
If you played your cards right you could sneak a little smooch from the cutie sitting next to you.
It will still be on the personalized plates, the ones with your name, your cutie's name or some other six-digit or letter phrase.
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