From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcutecute /kjuːt/ ●●●S2 adjective1BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGvery pretty or attractivea cute little puppyThe baby’s so cute.That’s a really cute outfit.► see thesaurus at beautiful2SEXY especially American English sexually attractiveTell us about this cute guy you met!3especially American EnglishTRICK/DECEIVEclever in a way that can seem rudeTheir lawyer tried a cute trick. —cutely adverb —cuteness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
cute• Do you like Jill Anderson? I think she's cute!• He's really naughty, but he's so cute.• I don't know why she won't go out with him. I think he's kind of cute.• Oh, aren't those shoescute?• You were such a cutebaby!• There were any number of namelesspartners, telling her she was a cutechick, trying to fondle her.• a cute, chubby baby• Heidi is the cutestgirl in my class.• Julia Roberts is really cute in her new movie.• Doesn't he look cute in that baseballcap!• Pam always draws those cute little circles over her "i's."• She looked pretty as anything with her yellow hair and her cute little face.• cute little kittens• And no, the latter has nothing to do with hordes of rude guys in cutematching coifs.