Cuteness


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Cuteness

Bambi
adorable deer grows rhapsodically in beautiful forest. [Am. Cinema: Bambi in Disney Films, 53–56]
teddy bear
cuddly commodity named after President Theodore Roosevelt. [Am. Hist.: Frank, 46]
Thumper
Bambi’s huggable rabbit sidekick. [Am. Cinema: Bambi in Disney Films, 53–56]
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said in a survey report that women in Tokyo tend to emphasize cuteness when they put on makeup while those in Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei and Seoul try to look intellectual and beautiful.
It decided to add on ambassadors of cute because the concept of cuteness is at the core of much of this country's most popular youth fads and resonates with young people elsewhere.
In the study, young women taking hormone-boosting contraceptive pills outdid those not taking contraceptives at detecting babies' cuteness.
Dr Reiner Sprengelmeyer, of the university's school of psychology, said: "We found young women between 19-26 and 45-51 years were more sensitive to differences in infant cuteness than men aged 19-26 and 53-60 years.
Dr Reiner Sprengelmeyer, of the university's school of psychology, said: "We found that young women between 19-26 and 45-51 years were more sensitive to differences in infant cuteness than men aged 19-26 and 53-60 years.
endless cuteness with angels, lambs, caterpillars and butterflies in Gale, Ont.
Rachel Hale has a good eye for bringing out the cuteness of the animals in her pictures.
Japan is addicted to all things kawaii, so it's no surprise that the propaganda architects should consider the cuteness craze a fitting foundation.
He says he's glad the movie gets away from the cuteness of kids' Christmas pageants and romantic notions of Nazareth and Bethlehem.
They may lack a bit of the cuteness factor of koalas, and they do not pack the punch of larger kangaroos, but there is something attractive about the thick fur, curious markings and even more curious expressions.
Cuteness is distinct from beauty, researchers say, because it favors rounded over sculptured, soft over refined, clumsy over graceful.