cutes cutes


  • (n) a natural protective body covering and site of the sense of touch



  1. But Doc Hollywood comes down with a long siege of the cutes, languishing in the Brigadoon innocence of its cheerful folkways.
  2. One begins to think he overdoes the part, but it may be that he was asked to force his performance by Director Cohen in order to provide the film with energy and cutes.
  3. As played by Teri Garr, Frannie is a Shirley MacLaine gamine minus the cutes and the smarts and the go-get-'em will.


  • Mindy Kaling: This Season’s Most Unexpectedly Great Physical Comedian

    Everyone knows that Mindy Kaling does meet-cutes, pillow talk, and dating disasters better than anyone on TV. But the big revelation in The Mindy Project isn’t that she can twist a rom-com trope a million different ways; it's that she's ready, willing, and able to fall off a beanbag and swing around a ... More »
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Vulture


  1. "He dreamed of the day he could shave his legs," Reilly wrote. "He'd walk past the women's room and cry. He'd comb through his columns, trying to get all the 'cutes' and 'lovelies' and softness out of them, paranoid about giving himself...
    on Nov 30, 2009 By: Rick Reilly Source: Wall Street Journal (blog)

  2. "He voted against the Bush tax cutes, twice," said Mr. Romney, repeating the charge again slowly for emphasis. "He voted against the Bush tax cuts. That's failing Reagan 101. Reagan taught us all, taught almost all of us in the Republican...
    on Dec 22, 2007 By: Mitt Romney Source: New York Times

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