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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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Critique: Providing hours and hours of doodling fun, inspiration, and skill development, "Kawaii Doodle Cuties: Sketching Super-Cute Stuff from around the World" is especially and unreservedly recommended for anyone who enjoys doodling.
"Natural Cuties is continually looking for ways to enhance the experience of the girls and women who love their natural hair and desire a place in the business world," says Pametria Brown, author and founder of Natural Cuties.
Frankie continued to write, 'Now they're just sharing some food and looking at each other lovingly what cuties.'
The Cuties Economy Plus package will be available on the jet.com website in late April.
In October 2014, Nutek issued a nationwide voluntary product recall at the retail level of all lots of baby wipes manufactured under the brand names Cuties, Diapers, com, Femtex, Fred's, Budgets, Member's Mark, Simply Right, Sunny Smiles, Tender Touch, and Well Beginnings, because some packages might have contained a bacteria called Burkholderia cepacia (B.
Last November, Pasadena, Calif.-based Califia introduced 8-ounce Monkey Madness, a tangerine-banana smoothie in the Cuties Juice line, as well as a 48-ounce version of its most popular smoothie, Rockin' Red.
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Three of the Chrysler Cuties at Minories pictured in the early 1970s are (from left) Betina Picinco, Joe Lightfoot's secretary Sarah (unknown surname) and Jean Bibbings.
THESE are the 12 finalists battling it out to be crowned the ECHO's Cuties in Kits competition winner.
Young professional women - dubbed "Cameron's cuties" - have been parachuted into winnable seats to the fury of local activists.
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Inspired by singer Katherine Jenkins, the nursery class at Tref-y-Rhyg Primary in Tonyrefail, Rhondda Cynon Taf, are now known by their stage name The Classical Cuties.
Inspired by singer Katherine Jenkins, the nursery class at Tref-Y-Rhyg Primary in Tonyrefail is now known by stage name The Classical Cuties.