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1. fuzzy

adjective. ['ˈfʌzi'] covering with fine light hairs.

Synonyms

  • hirsute
  • fuzzed
  • haired

Antonyms

  • clear
  • definite
  • rested
  • clearheaded

Etymology

  • -y (English)
  • -y (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • fuzz (English)

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Words that Rhyme with Fuzzy

  • suzie
  • muzzy
  • muzzey
  • buzzy

Example sentences of the word fuzzy


1. Noun, singular or mass
Mold on the surface appear in a variety of colors and look dusty or fuzzy.

2. Adjective
Trade in your fuzzy bath rug for a simple yet elegant bath mat made of teak.

3. Noun, plural
But once the graphic is enlarged, it appears distorted or fuzzy.

Quotes containing the word fuzzy


1. What is it with you today?” says Christina on the way to breakfast. Her eyes are stillswollen from sleep and her tangled hair forms a fuzzy halo around her face.“Oh, you know,” I say. “Sun shining. Birds chirping.”She raises an eyebrow at me, as if reminding me that we are in an undergroundtunnel.
- Veronica Roth, Divergent

2. There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept.
- Ansel Adams

3. Some kids get called 'bundles of joy' or 'slices of heaven' or 'dreams come true.' We got 'the fifty-fourth generation of DNA experiments.' Doesn't have the same warm and fuzzy feel. But maybe I'm oversensitive.
- James Patterson, Angel

2. fuzzy

adjective. ['ˈfʌzi'] indistinct or hazy in outline.

Synonyms

  • bleary
  • blurry
  • muzzy
  • blurred
  • hazy
  • foggy

Antonyms

  • unalarming
  • logical
  • rational
  • articulate

Etymology

  • -y (English)
  • -y (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • fuzz (English)

3. fuzzy

adjective. ['ˈfʌzi'] confused and not coherent; not clearly thought out.

Antonyms

  • energetic

Etymology

  • -y (English)
  • -y (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • fuzz (English)
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