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fussy definition

  • adjective:
    • Effortlessly annoyed; fond of bouts of ill temperament: a fussy baby.
    • Paying great or extortionate attention to individual preferences and appearance; fastidious: he had been constantly fussy about clothes.
    • Calling for or calling for great focus on occasionally trivial details: a fussy actuarial issue.
    • High In superfluous details: "It May without a doubt be fussy, completing with decoration exactly what must be bare room” ( H.D.F. Kitto).
    • Anxious or particular about petty details.
    • Having a tendency to fuss, cry, or perhaps ill-tempered (especially of babies).
    • Making a fuss; disposed which will make an unnecessary ado about trifles; overnice; fidgety.
    • exacting specifically about details
    • overcrowded or cluttered with information
    • agitated and irritable
    • Effortlessly upset; given to bouts of ill mood: a fussy child.
    • having to pay great or exorbitant awareness of individual preferences and appearance; fastidious: he had been always fussy about garments.
    • Calling for or needing great awareness of often trivial details: a fussy actuarial issue.
    • Saturated In superfluous details: "It Could undoubtedly be fussy, filling with ornament what should-be empty area” ( H.D.F. Kitto).
    • Anxious or certain about petty details.
    • Having a tendency to fuss, cry, or be ill-tempered (especially of infants).
    • Making a fuss; disposed to make an unnecessary ado about trifles; overnice; fidgety.
    • exacting specifically about details
    • overcrowded or chaotic with detail
    • annoyed and irritable
    • Easily annoyed; fond of bouts of sick temper: a fussy infant.
    • having to pay great or excessive awareness of individual preferences and appearance; fastidious: he had been always fussy about garments.
    • Calling for or calling for great awareness of sometimes insignificant details: a fussy actuarial issue.
    • Full of superfluous details: "it may indeed be fussy, filling with ornament exactly what must certanly be vacant space” ( H.D.F. Kitto).
    • Anxious or certain about petty details.
    • Having a tendency to fuss, cry, or be ill-tempered (especially of children).
    • Making a fuss; disposed to help make an unnecessary ado about trifles; overnice; fidgety.
    • exacting specially about details
    • overcrowded or chaotic with detail
    • irritated and cranky
  • others:
    • Moving and acting with fuss; bustling; making much ado about trifles; making much more ado than is necessary.
    • Moving and acting with fuss; active; making much ado about trifles; making more ado than is important.
    • Moving and acting with fuss; bustling; making much ado about trifles; making more ado than is essential.
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