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  • n. Plural form of fusser.


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  • I just want to see the song lyrics for fussers sake!

    Ah ha, hush that fuss (Or, an eye for an eye, a hat for a snood) | Jewschool

  • "Well, I like it a jolly sight better than fugging up in those carriages with all that gassing crowd of Garden Home fussers."

    If Winter Comes

  • 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.

    A Hoosier Chronicle

  • "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."

    Between Friends

  • You know there are two kinds of fussers in college.

    At Good Old Siwash

  • "We must be civil in the way we communicate, because at the end of the day, the American people won't follow fussers."

    NPR Topics: News


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