adjective, cut·er, cut·est.
- (of a romantic couple) to meet for the first time in a charming or amusing way: In this type of movie the boy and girl always meet cute.
- Also meet-cute.a situation or occasion when potential romantic partners meet for the first time in a charming or amusing way: a classic Hollywood meet cute; his meet-cute with Jane in the bookstore.
Origin of cute
Examples from the Web for cuter
Contemporary Examples of cuter
He wanted it to be cuter because it was Christmastime, and he wanted it to be sweet.Michel Gondry on ‘Mood Indigo,’ Kanye West, and the 10th Anniversary of ‘Eternal Sunshine’
July 20, 2014
Historical Examples of cuter
He is cunning enough, but I'm cuter nor he—I have him in my power, so I have!Tales And Novels, Volume 8 (of 10)
Did you ever see a cuter little girl than this one in the picture?The Children's Book of Celebrated Pictures
Lorinda Munson Bryant
"The Crummies announcer is cuter," Barby explained patiently.The Electronic Mind Reader
She must be awfully cute to have noticed it too—cuter than his sisters.Openings in the Old Trail
Honest, Polly, I never saw a garden any prettier and cuter than this is.The Turner Twins
Ralph Henry Barbour
Word Origin for cute
1731, "clever," shortening of acute; informal sense of "pretty" is 1834, American English student slang. Related: Cuteness.