Shrigley always walks a fine line between the smart and the twee, but stays on the right side when he goes grim.
Murdoch is proud of the end product, no matter how many find it “twee”…whatever that means.
I have spent an hour on the phone with Marc Spitz, the author of twee, having him explain twee.
I wanted something that connects Walt Disney and J.D. Salinger and Buddy Holly and Sylvia Plath to what we now know as twee.
Spitz has gently curated lists of utterly twee books, music, and films online and in the back of twee.
It was the year when "devey," and "twee," and similar abbreviations first became fashionable.
Daar twee kijven hebben ze beiden schuld—When two quarrel both are to blame.
Its voice is as homely as its appearance—a harsh but plaintive twee, twee, twee.
Wilt gij zoo goed zijn, twee boterhammetjes en twee glaasjes melk te brengen?
It must have been "devey" and "twee" to have gone through all those experiences.
Tiny; dainty; miniature; cute: no tiny, twee money to dole out
[1905+; fr tweet, a childish pronunciation of sweet]