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cutie pie

1. A very cute, sweet, or darling person, often a child. (Can be hyphenated if used as a modifier before a noun.) My goodness, your baby is such a cutie pie! Where did you find such a cutie-pie dress for your little girl?
2. A term of endearment, especially for a child or loved one. Good morning, cutie pie! What would you like for breakfast?
See also: cutie, pie

cutie pie

n. a cute person, typically a woman or a baby. (Also a term of address.) What’s your name, cutie pie?
See also: cutie, pie
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It's a Temple of Tack with its fair share of cutie-pie child cherubs and angels.
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becomes exasperated retires relative calm Cutie-pie.
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