fuzzy fuzzy  /ˈfə zi/


  1. (adj) covering with fine light hairs
  2. (adj) indistinct or hazy in outline
  3. (adj) confused and not coherent; not clearly thought out


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  1. Fuzzy language and fuzzy thinking were always among Carlin's favorite topics.
  2. The title sheriff does not conjure up visions of a warm, fuzzy humanitarian.
  3. Activists contend that most women have only a fuzzy sense of his views on abortion.


  1. New hotel trends for summer travelers

    Beer brewing and beer tasting is a new trend in luxury hotels. It's the little luxury items we look forward to: chocolates on our pillows, a complimentary glass of champagne upon arrival or fuzzy slippers at our beside for turndown service. But all that's about to change, according to one PR company.        
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Boston Globe

  2. States boost sleep safety standards for day cares

    ST. CLOUD, MINN. - Wrapped in a fuzzy blanket, Morgan Mueller's eyelids droop as she snuggles with day care provider Melissa Lawwell. When it's time to lay the 10-month-old infant down for her afternoon nap, Lawwell takes away the blanket and lays her in an empty white-railed crib.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Bay Bulletin

  3. ‘Fuzzy dog’ turns out to be a black bear

    When Daniella Mathews pulled up to her home near Heritage High School on Wednesday night, she thought there was a large, fuzzy dog in her front yard. As the 18-year-old drove closer in her white Honda Civic, she found the “dog” in the driveway was a black bear.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Columbian


  1. Senator Charles Schumer of New York says "Fuzzy recollections do not help us get to the bottom of what happened."
    on Apr 16, 2007 By: Charles Schumer Source: WLOS

  2. "It's not easy to have a beautiful, fuzzy, warm relationship when he (a team-mate) is clearly a competitor," Webber was quoted as saying by Reuters. "That is absolutely the case at McLaren too, I believe it. They are working hard to put a bit...
    on Jul 8, 2010 By: Mark Webber Source: autosport.com

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