cuter cuter  /ˈkju tər/


  1. (adj) attractive especially by means of smallness or prettiness or quaintness
  2. (adj) obviously contrived to charm



  1. But an 8-week-old basset hound--all ears and belly and panda paws--is way cuter than a vacuum cleaner.
  2. Moore who later animated Fantasia 's Sorcerer's Apprentice segment gave him a pear-shaped body, pupils, white gloves and a shortened nose, to make him cuter.
  3. They're cuter, cheaper, better behaved.


  1. Here's your first look at the PlayStation 4

    Just moments ago, Sony unveiled the official model for its PlayStation 4. It bears a not unsurprising resemblance to its direct rival, the Xbox One, but smaller and, dare we say, cuter. ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Gamasutra

  2. The Daily Treat: Stacy Keibler Photobombed by - What Else?! - a Dog

    This pooch might be even cuter than George!
    on June 11, 2013     Source: People Magazine

  3. Story about teen grief prompts lemonade stand

    There are few things cuter than kids running a lemonade stand. Every once in a while, the lemonade even serves a great good.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Cincinnati Enquirer


  1. "I had my own photo-spread in George Magazine, with lots of sexy pictures of me jumping," Judge Kozinski added. "This was a few years back, but I've only gotten cuter with age." "But one thing I'd emphasize is that that this material...
    on Jun 12, 2008 By: Judge Alex Kozinski Source: 10 Zen Monkeys (blog)

  2. Barmby, a former Liverpool and Everton midfielder, said: "We need to start toughening up and being a bit cuter and cleverer. We need to get back to the basics of this club. The traditions of the club were of a good, hard-work ethic during games. It...
    on Sep 24, 2009 By: Nick Barmby Source:

  3. "You've got to pick up the signals the game sends out," said Pearce. "There are times you do have to set a high tempo to what you're trying to achieve, at other times you've got to slow that down. That's maybe what we have to be a bit cuter...
    on Jun 13, 2007 By: Stuart Pearce Source:

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