adjective Chiefly British.
Origin of twee
Examples from the Web for twee
Murdoch is proud of the end product, no matter how many find it “twee”…whatever that means.Stuart Murdoch's 'God Help the Girl' Does Something Pretty (and Something Twee)|Melissa Leon|September 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I have spent an hour on the phone with Marc Spitz, the author of Twee, having him explain Twee.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Lost in Translation are Twee.
In a sense, all vintage toys are Twee, but I have a personal distaste for Legos that I cannot explain.
I wanted something that connects Walt Disney and J.D. Salinger and Buddy Holly and Sylvia Plath to what we now know as Twee.
You stand up there against the twee, and I'll make good shots.A Little Mother to the Others|L. T. Meade
I can't remember at all about the funny water and the twee with the flowers, and all of it.The Golden Scarecrow|Hugh Walpole
It was the year when "devey," and "twee," and similar abbreviations first became fashionable.
It must have been "devey" and "twee" to have gone through all those experiences.
Its voice is as homely as its appearance—a harsh but plaintive twee, twee, twee.A Bird Calendar for Northern India|Douglas Dewar
British Dictionary definitions for twee
Word Origin for twee
Word Origin and History for twee
"tiny, dainty, miniature," 1905, from childish pronunciation of sweet.