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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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Nobuko Tsutsumi's work is described as kinokawaii, or creepy cute, and consists of ceramic shellfish.
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Perhaps the best "take home message" comes from Kristin Chenoweth, the subfive foot Tony and Emmy Award winning singer and actress, who said, "I used to want to be tall, and then I thought, 'If I were tall, then people would say I was pretty and not cute.
Puppies of just about every breed will fit in the cute dog clothes in stock now.
Seeing baby faces is understood to trigger care-giving impulses in humans, and some research has even suggested cute images may encourage friendliness.
The rage for cute stretches from the prepubescent haunts of the world's shopping mails to the catwalks of haute couture.
Approaching the fourth-last, Cute N You Know It was leading, with Indy Mood travelling strongly just in behind.
It's not known whether a cute face signals an advantage for a baby, Gangestad notes, or whether mothers who invest special effort in raising cute babies reap big dividends later.
3 : clever in a way that annoys <Don't be cute with me
Another Marine says: "So cute, so cute little puppy.
Cute thank you cards, or really any cute cards, are hard to find--especially if you have no patience for the standard sentimental fare.
SITA is helping us to drive business transformation through the smart deployment of IT systems tailored to our customers' specific needs and we have decided now to upgrade to AirportConnect CUTE, a web-enabled version of CUTE, as part of our overall airport expansion plan.