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  • adv. In a fuzzy manner

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a fuzzy or fluffy style; so as to appear curled or frizzed.


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fuzzy +‎ -ly


  • He's not at all worried about being called fuzzily wuzzily little tail snizzles sweetie ...

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  • Mr. Branagh isn't an alchemist who might have turned this dross into gold, and he's certainly not an action director, though how much that matters is open to question, since the action sequences bear all the earmarks of studio-imposed, computer-generated and fuzzily photographed frenzy.

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  • D.C. Water's Wendy the Waterdrop answers customer questions silently, fuzzily (DCist)

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  • Mr. Downey's co-stars are revelations too: Val Kilmer, all synapses firing furiously, as a genuine, albeit fuzzily focused, private eye who likes to call himself Gay Perry, and Michelle Monaghan as a perpetually aspiring actress named Harmony Faith Lane.

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  • It would be nice – and good for my portfolio – for them to be proven wrong, and I can fuzzily imagine a scenario in which President Obama, newly sworn in, throws off the mask and announces that he has long been a secret disciple of Milton Friedman.

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  • In some ways being diagnosed with pneumonia is a relief, because I was feeling really run-down and sort of fuzzily disconnected from all the stories I want to write.

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  • Fidesz then seized control of private pensions, hacked back the powers of a supreme court that might have checked its supremacy and established a media council, which can impose large fines on broadcasters and print and online publishers for such fuzzily worded crimes as "offending human dignity".

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