twee : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s affectedly dainty or refined
- Gone is the overly twee writing of Gopnik's memoir-inflected works (Paris to the Moon, Through the Children's Gate), and in its place is a succint, convincing, and moving account .
- To anyone unfamiliar with the previous spectacles of this Montreal-based big top -- Le Cirque Reinvente and Nouvelle Experience -- the emcee's remark will seem twee and pretentious.
- Narnia: too twee, and maybe too Christian.
News & Articles
- CMTs: More Fugs and Fabs
Clare here was one of Nashville ‘s only representatives at the CMTs, but with fug like that, I don’t need anyone else. Bless you, little twee May Princess who doesn’t know it turned into June.
June 6, 2013 - Go Fug Yourself
- Gerard Butler in Scripps News
At the risk of sounding a little twee, if that's the word, I felt like (it was) my destiny to play Leonidas,says Butler. "I've played this kind of role, and yet I knew that I'd never had a chance to play it on this kind of platform."
- Issac Mizrahi in PR Web (press release)
Designer Isaac Mizrahi said on CNN.com that when he's looking for inspiration, he goes to Estella: "It sounds totally random, I know, but I adore the incredible color sense. They never get too twee the way they do in other kids' stores--it's very...
- Jane Shepherdson in Independent
Shepherdson explains: "I wanted to maintain a sense of femininity, because that's kind of been there throughout the brand's history, but I don't think that has to be twee or prim. It can have a slight edge to it."