Definitions

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fuzz.

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Examples

  • My favorite of all the fuzzes is the Big Muff Pi clone.

    Daily DIY

  • My brain fuzzes with thoughts of the afternoon, and when I catch

    Fallout

  • National security -- I am sorry that people die of illnesses, and I want to spend money to protect babies, but it's not a matter of our national security, and it fuzzes it up to say so.

    Rep. Barney Frank: Bringing Defense Spending Into the Deficits Discussion

  • The phone fuzzes out and I try not to scream with tension and frustration.

    In the Shadow of Freedom

  • They stood in a line and unrolled a print, about 3 feet high and 30 feet long, full of dots that were stars and quasars and dots embedded in soft fuzzes of different shapes that were a whole zoo of galaxies.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • They stood in a line and unrolled a print, about 3 feet high and 30 feet long, full of dots that were stars and quasars and dots embedded in soft fuzzes of different shapes that were a whole zoo of galaxies.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • National security -- I am sorry that people die of illnesses, and I want to spend money to protect babies, but it's not a matter of our national security, and it fuzzes it up to say so.

    Rep. Barney Frank: Bringing Defense Spending Into the Deficits Discussion

  • They stood in a line and unrolled a print, about 3 feet high and 30 feet long, full of dots that were stars and quasars and dots embedded in soft fuzzes of different shapes that were a whole zoo of galaxies.

    A Grand and Bold Thing

  • My brain fuzzes with thoughts of the afternoon, and when I catch

    Fallout

  • My brain fuzzes with thoughts of the afternoon, and when I catch

    Fallout

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