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verb. ['ˈfʌs'] worry unnecessarily or excessively.
- male parent
Rhymes with Fuss
How do you pronounce fuss?
Pronounce fuss as fəs.
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Sentences with fuss
1. Verb, base form
Some babies will cry or fuss in the pool.
2. Noun, singular or mass
Ceramic stove tops can give your kitchen a nice clean look with a minimal amount of fuss.
Quotes about fuss
1. He couldn’t see why people made such a fuss about people eating their silly old fruit anyway, but life would be a lot less fun if they didn’t. And there was never an apple, in Adam’s opinion, that wasn’t worth the trouble you got into for eating it.
- Neil Gaiman, Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch
2. Love? I need a lot of love."Of course you do. Everyone does. It's funny that we never say it. It's OK to scream, 'I'm starving' in public if you are hungry; it's OK to make a fuss and say, 'I'm so sleepy', if you are tired; but somehow we cannot say, 'I need some more love.' Why can't we say it? It's just as basic a need.
- Chetan Bhagat, One Night at the Call Center
3. Science is always discovering odd scraps of magical wisdom and making a tremendous fuss about its cleverness.
- Aleister Crowley, The Confessions of Aleister Crowley: An Autohagiography
noun. thinks about unfortunate things that might happen.
- party pooper
noun. ['ˈfʌs'] an excited state of agitation.
verb. ['ˈfʌs'] care for like a mother.
- give care
noun. ['ˈfʌs'] an angry disturbance.
noun. ['ˈfʌs'] a rapid active commotion.
- stand still
noun. ['ˈfʌs'] a quarrel about petty points.