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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of fuzz.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. covering with fine light hairs


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  • I got so excited to tell you about great books I’ve read that my brain fuzzed out and I couldn’t think any longer.

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  • Lots of examples too -- Jon Stewart comes to mind, as well as bearchested women who would normally be seen any hour of the day, instead they have it all 'fuzzed' out.


  • The bunch of blue markers in the upper left is what my 'fuzzed' location was reported as.

    Planet Mozilla

  • Guitars are frantically down-strummed, though never fuzzed; percussion sounds as though it's limited to floor tom, snare and tambourine; chord progressions are as instantly familiar as a repeat of Dad's Army.

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  • She followed along my side especially, rubbing against my free hands anticipating more ear scratches, which I willingly administered on her still puppy fuzzed ears.

    Dog of the Day

  • Lots of fuzzed out guitars and songs like "Found Love In A Graveyard" that aren't exactly "California Dreaming."

    Cliff Chenfeld: The Best Music of 2011

  • Her attacker's ice blue eyes, his screaming yellow teeth, the quivering gun in his hand flashed to mind, and she had to blink the fuzzed, static images away.


  • It is one thing for right-wing Republicans to deny Darwin, or sexual orientation, or even climate change, where the consequences can be fuzzed up via junk science and the impact of science-denial is diffused or delayed.

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  • When it comes to recent comics-style fare, the grizzled senior has it all over peach-fuzzed prep seniors.

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  • The entire cat is burred and fuzzed under magnification.

    Dead Deer Walking?


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