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  • r  in a fussy manner
    he spoke to her fussily

  • The heart of Trilling's book is the brilliant chapter called Forster and the Liberal Imagination, which set liberal tongues fussily wagging when it appeared in somewhat different .
  • In Belgrade last week sleek, bespectacled, fussily-dressed King Alexander was hotly besieged by his former family friends the Pribicheviches.
  • He fussily overexplains his English as well: "Her husband was a hatter.
News & Articles

  • At 70, the Venice Film Festival is Good, But No Longer One of the Greats. Here's Why.
    When I first attended the Venice Film Festival in 1992, there was a sense that the party -- whatever that might have been -- was over. Longtime attendees (and there was no shortage of these: the festival then specialized a particular kind of guest -- elderly cineastes who were erudite, fussily dressed, mostly gay and who appeared to model themselves directly upon Mann's Gustav von Aschenbach ...
    Aug. 28, 2013 - indieWIRE

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