fuzzy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s covering with fine light hairs
- s indistinct or hazy in outline
- s confused and not coherent; not clearly thought out
a vague and fuzzy idea of the world of finance
- Fuzzy language and fuzzy thinking were always among Carlin's favorite topics.
- The title sheriff does not conjure up visions of a warm, fuzzy humanitarian.
- The origins of the bump are murky, though most communication experts agree on a basic if fuzzy evolutionary timeline: the handshake (which itself dates back to ancient .
News & Articles
- 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.
June 15, 2013 - The Bay Bulletin
- 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.
June 15, 2013 - Boston Globe
- ‘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.
June 14, 2013 - The Columbian
- Mark Webber in autosport.com
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...