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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

n. a cute thing or person. (Also a term of address.) Come here, cutie, let me fix your collar.

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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asks Dakin (handsome Dominic Cooper), the cynical cutie whose fatal attractiveness becomes a major plot point.
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I'm tired of my cutie pie image,'' Meg Ryan moaned last week.
Look for Amber's 2000 releases: Get That Cutie In Commercials, Television, Films, And Videos--Breaking Your Talented Child into the Entertainment Industry by Kandias Conda (Amber Books, April 2000); The African-American Guide to Personal Growth, Health, Safety, Sex and Survival by Debrah Harris-Johnson (Amber Books, July 2000); and A Time For Sleep by children's book author Irene Smalls.
We're up to 20 that are committed," adds PressPoint CEO James Cutie, who was The New York Times' senior vice president of marketing and, later, the New York Times Information Services Group president.
Members who received a cutie bear could give it to a friend or a family member as a gift.
The top cutie will win a great prize courtesy of the Albert Dock to include lunch for a family of four at Ha Bar&Grill, a Beatles Story Family Ticket, a Yellow Boat Cruise family ticket and Funky Shakes for four at Funky Shake Bar plus a fantastic one hour photo shoot session at Absolute Photography worth pounds 295, including a 12 x 2 Artblock to take home.
I'm sorry", replied the computer cutie "I did not catch that destination.