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- n. Plural form of fusser.
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I just want to see the song lyrics for fussers sake!
"Well, I like it a jolly sight better than fugging up in those carriages with all that gassing crowd of Garden Home fussers."
Now, Hallie, -- my niece, Mrs. Bassett, -- she's one of these club fussers, -- always studying poetry and reading papers and coming up to town to state conventions or federations and speaking pieces in a new hat.
"Drene," he said, "is one of those fussers who jellify when hurled on their necks -- the kind that ask that kind of girl to marry them after she's turned down everything else they suggest."
You know there are two kinds of fussers in college.
"We must be civil in the way we communicate, because at the end of the day, the American people won't follow fussers."