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  • adj. Made fuzzy


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  • Instead, in a cautious and internally contradictory decision, it further fuzzified the mess that is the U.S. patent system -- and it will have sad consequences for innovation in this country.

    Paul Kedrosky: Software Patents Need to Be Abolished

  • I will add your newly created word…fuzzified to my mental dictionary of words I need to fit into a sentence, I love it.

    No Waiting, Nancy! « Fairegarden

  • Turning to the west, the colored LED lights illuminating the wreath hanging on the garage in the pre dawn, the gardens in front of the main house are fuzzified by the wintry conditions.

    No Waiting, Nancy! « Fairegarden

  • Which means he's technically eligible to have his number retired (though those rules have fuzzified lately), and every time Marco Scutaro makes an error or hits into a DP all year, we'll wonder about the one that got away.



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