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  • as indish
  • as indoll

synonyms for cutie

  • tomato
  • angel
  • babe
  • broad
  • bunny
  • centerfold
  • chick
  • cupcake
  • doll
  • fox
  • honey
  • peach
  • pin-up
  • bathing beauty
  • beauty queen
  • cover girl
  • cutie-pie
  • dollface
  • dream girl
  • dreamboat
  • glamor girl
  • good-looking woman
  • hot dish
  • hot number
  • raving beauty
  • sex bunny
  • sex kitten
  • sex pot
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How to use cutie in a sentence

I want to prove I can do something besides being a vulgar little 'Kitty the Cutie.'
THE CLARIONSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
Well, then, cutie pie,Uncle Michael is a secret service man.
DOROTHY DIXON AND THE DOUBLE COUSINDOROTHY WAYNE
As he lifted the cover and looked in the basket, "Cutie's" pupils enlarged and she shrank from him.
THE DUDE WRANGLERCAROLINE LOCKHART
He dropped the paper he was reading when she wandered in, and won her at once by not calling her "Cutie."
WE CAN'T HAVE EVERYTHINGRUPERT HUGHES
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WORDS RELATED TO CUTIE

  • angel
  • babe
  • bathing beauty
  • beauty queen
  • broad
  • bunny
  • centerfold
  • chick
  • cover girl
  • cupcake
  • cutie
  • cutie-pie
  • doll
  • dollface
  • dream girl
  • dreamboat
  • fox
  • glamor girl
  • good-looking woman
  • honey
  • hot dish
  • hot number
  • peach
  • pin-up
  • raving beauty
  • sex bunny
  • sex kitten
  • sex pot
  • tomato
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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