from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Needlessly nervous or useless activity; commotion.
- noun A state of excessive and unwarranted concern over an unimportant matter.
- noun An objection; a protest.
- noun A quarrel.
- noun A display of affectionate excitement and attention.
- intransitive verb To trouble or worry over trifles.
- intransitive verb To be excessively careful or solicitous.
- intransitive verb To get into or be in a state of nervous or useless activity.
- intransitive verb To object; complain.
- intransitive verb To disturb or vex with unimportant matters.
from The Century Dictionary.
- To make much ado about trifles; make a bustle.
- To disturb or confuse with trifling matters.
- noun Trifling, useless, or annoying activity; disorderly bustle; an anxious display of petty energy.
- noun A disturbing course of action; a display of perturbed feeling; disturbance; tumult: as, to make a fuss over a disappointment.
- noun A large, fat, bustling person.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A tumult; a bustle; unnecessary or annoying ado about trifles.
- noun rare One who is unduly anxious about trifles; a fussbudget.
- intransitive verb To be overbusy or unduly anxious about trifles; to make a bustle or ado.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun countable or uncountable excessive
activity, worry, bother, or talkabout something
- verb intransitive To be very worried or excited about something, often too much.
- verb intransitive To
fiddle; fidget; wiggle, or adjust; to worrysomething
- verb intransitive To
cryor be ill-humoured.
- verb transitive To show affection for, especially animals.
- verb transitive To
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a quarrel about petty points
- noun a rapid active commotion
- noun an excited state of agitation
- noun an angry disturbance
- verb worry unnecessarily or excessively
- verb care for like a mother
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
Frankly, if you go to Kirkuk, you sort of - you know, it's okay, but you sort of wonder what all the fuss is about.
Hefner makes no secret of hoping to capitalize on the popularity of 3D movies such as Avatar and How to Train Your Dragon, even as he makes no secret of not quite getting what all the fuss is about.
Those of us that are intelligent know what all the fuss is about anytime our Black President tries to do something to help our country.
They poked fun at the Eclipse teaser for the trailer a few days ago and got the idea from one of their twitter followers that maybe they should actually read the books, at least one of them, to find out what all the fuss is about.
I won't say it but I'm sure many of you REALLY know what all the fuss is about. normajean
And if its so bad then why all the fuss is about must be something good about it.
But Nigel Coleman, the organizer of the Tea Party, told CNN he doesn't see what all the fuss is about.
(One of these days, I'm gonna get myself a potato ricer and see what all the fuss is about ...)
Nigel Coleman just "doesn't see what all the fuss is about!"
I think if some of you people dont what the president to talk to your kids well turn the Tv Set off I am sure he didnt pay for it so what the fuss is all about, no one is forcing to to keep it on. dem4obama