Definition of tweely in English:

tweely

adverb

British
  • See twee

    • ‘But they were tweely sweet and in keeping with the old world charm of Hertford.’
    • ‘It is 2.30 pm on Saturday, and I am almost at the front of one of six queues bearing down on what is rather tweely called the ‘refreshments’ counter under the Holte End at Villa Park, Birmingham.’
    • ‘Even more vomit-inducing is a particularly distressing variant of the little yellow sign that proudly but tweely proclaims ‘Small Person On Board’.’
    • ‘As an English viewer, I may be being oversensitive in pointing out the embarrassment potential for silly titles and tweely humorous programme notes, but having learned the disadvantages of such gestures in the long run I feel duty bound to be boringly pedantic on the subject.’
    • ‘The Tea room is a converted farm out - building which has a terrace outside and a rather tweely decorated interior.’