fuzzed fuzzed


  • (adj) covering with fine light hairs


  1. Then Moll moved on to Vassar, a school whose identity fuzzed after it went coeducational.
  2. In fact, he trimmed or fuzzed no more than other candidatesincluding Fordbut not much less either.
  3. PTI may have been be-fuzzed about de-fuzzers, but not about goofer feathers.


  • Photo Finish: Hell’s Kitchen Carriage House Sells From One Photog to Another

    We don't think the neighboring buildings are fuzzed out in real life. (Photo courtesy Corcoran.) Hell's Kitchen has gone through remarkable changes over the past few decades, transitioning from a slummy collection of tenements to Midtown West. But some things never change, like the carriage house at 451 West 54th Street , which despite a recent sale, will remain devoted to the photographic arts ...
    on June 26, 2013     Source: The New York Observer


  1. Hatherley said: "I'm happy as Larry because the music is so ACE and I not only get to play heavily chorused guitar a la The Cure, but get to play throbbingly fuzzed up bass, keyboards and twinkly bells."
    on Mar 18, 2009 By: Charlotte Hatherley Source: Digital Spy

  2. Drilling domestically "makes a significant difference. It must be done," Gilmore said. "Mark Warner has said he is against drilling in ANWR, and he has fuzzed up and confused his position on offshore drilling."
    on Jul 19, 2008 By: Jim Gilmore Source: Fredericksburg.com

  3. "Now I kind of smile," Jones said. "Ten years ago, I would've fuzzed up."
    on Aug 19, 2009 By: Chipper Jones Source: New York Times

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