cutely cutely


  • (adv) in an attractive manner


  1. It's titled My new gerbil, and it shows, in fact, a black-and-white gerbil snuffling around cutely in somebody's hand.
  2. So it's far more satisfying to focus on the supporting actors, the people who try their hardest to make this cutely maudlin movie bearable.
  3. If all the friendly meetings and cutely named awards fail, critics have a solution the industry will hate: require an R rating on movies that glamorize smoking.



  1. On her role in the legal series, Kelley commented, "She did such a great job. She really inhabited this character. She's crazy one minute and cutely sane the next. She did it remarkably well."
    on May 6, 2005 By: David E Kelley Source: Screen Weekly

  2. Scheer writes, "Just what exactly distinguishes the United States' use of the ever so cutely named fat man" and "little boy" atomic bombs on cities in Japan from the car bombs of Baghdad or the planes that smashed into the World Trade Center?
    on Aug 17, 2007 By: Robert Scheer Source: FOX News

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