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Definition of "twee" []

  • Chiefly British Overly precious or nice. (adjective)
  • Excessively sentimental, sweet, or pretty (adjective)

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Use "twee" in a sentence
  • "For example, when you are in babel's dutch language mode you can write twee "en in which" is a trema, which is not equivalent to twee\ "en, which is then (actually always) specifically an umlaut."
  • "Yes, Juno's twee, and that's annoying, and no, twee is not the argument against that stupid flick that I want to push."
  • "This audio labor of love for longtime friends Curt Kentner and Mark Rothkopf is built upon a deep-rooted love for the music-primarily anchored to the genre of indie pop, or the slightly less complimentary tag of "twee" - they've released over these past 10 years."