fuss-budget fuss-budget


  • (n) thinks about unfortunate things that might happen



  1. Lucy has several fuss-budget understudies: Patty, Sally, Violet and Frieda.
  2. He was a small fuss-budget of a boy with unruly long curls and a large nose.
  3. Shackleton also held an honorary post in Dublin Castle, where he became a protege of Sir Arthur Vicars, fuss-budget guardian of the Hibernian sparklers.
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affectation affectation
/ˌæ fɛk ˈteɪ ʃən /