fussier fussier


  1. (adj) annoyed and irritable
  2. (adj) overcrowded or cluttered with detail
  3. (adj) exacting especially about details


  1. But The Electors whom the University appoints for each quinquennial election have grown fussier fussier.
  2. This season, grand opera at Manhattan's Metropolitan opened with a slightly fussier fuss than usual.
  3. NACA hopes that airplane manufacturers will adopt the design, and thus make small airfields acceptable in nicer and fussier neighborhoods.


  • Is your child watching too much TV?

    If think your baby or toddler is fussier than others, it could mean they're watching too much TV. A new study found young children who showed problems with falling or staying asleep or controlling their emotional states had the most media exposure. Those children watched an average of nine more minutes of TV per day than other children. One doctor from the Cleveland Clinic said children who are ...
    on April 14, 2014     Source: WFTV 9 Orlando

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