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> What is the definition of "twee"?
Joe peeks his nose out of whatever corner it's been buried in, and wants
to know what a 'twee' is.
It's where the wittle doggy does its piddle.
Although, I also find this-
Main Entry: twee
Etymology: baby-talk alteration of sweet
chiefly British : affectedly or excessively dainty, delicate, cute, or
quaint "such a theme might sound twee or corny" -- Times Literary
- so, must have been you heard it from one of the antique limeys around
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