- a person who tries to outsmart an opponent, as an athlete who outmaneuvers an opposing player: The tackle was a real cutie when blocking on trap plays.
- a clever or cunning maneuver: He pulled a cutie.
Examples from the Web for cutie
Cutie and Bullie get happy endings, but Noriko and Ushio still live in reality.
On her website, she declares her love for her four dogs, Timmy, Tommy, Katie, and Cutie.Veena Malik: She’s Outspoken, Savvy, and Topless—and She’s Shaking Up Pakistan|Asra Q. Nomani|December 13, 2011|DAILY BEAST
But this time she sang her original song, “Cutie Patootie,” in which she brags about her various TV appearances.
Example: "There's one huge grenade launcher, there's one grenade, and then there's one cutie."
Father Cutie was then called in to take over the South Beach parish.
As he lifted the cover and looked in the basket, "Cutie's" pupils enlarged and she shrank from him.The Dude Wrangler|Caroline Lockhart
I want to prove I can do something besides being a vulgar little 'Kitty the Cutie.'The Clarion|Samuel Hopkins Adams
Well, then, cutie pie,Uncle Michael is a secret service man.Dorothy Dixon and the Double Cousin|Dorothy Wayne
He dropped the paper he was reading when she wandered in, and won her at once by not calling her "Cutie."We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
British Dictionary definitions for cutie
Word Origin and History for cutie
"cute person," originally especially "attractive young woman," 1917, from diminutive of cute.