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Patrick Henry’s cheer situation highlights the pressure some parents have felt to keep their kids involved in youth sports during the pandemic – and to not raise a fuss or ask if they meet local health and safety orders.

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Combined with its container that holds up to 17 spent capsules at a time, this machine is fine-tuned for maximum efficiency with minimal fuss.

If Gloria and Lawson-Remer both win, Ikhrata opponents on the board could raise a fuss, but couldn’t hope to defeat his plan.

In other words, despite the slew of advertisers that made a fuss about pulling their ads, Facebook’s ad business will continue to thrive — even as some of its biggest advertisers keep away.

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Now, with the publication of ‘Loitering,’ the uninitiated can discover what all the fuss is about.

The jacket and gloves were a precaution in the event the eaglet panicked, but there was little fuss as he tossed the net over her.

After what one cop called “a heck of a fuss,” they finally managed to print her.

Others have argued that he was never really that great, and the sports world has made a big fuss over nothing.

She knew how to cause a fuss, how to become the center of media attention.

I'm getting rather bored, you know, Georgie, with the fuss people make in town.

I knowed, a-course, that I could go kick up a fuss when Simpson stopped by his office on his trip back from Goldstone.

"Better stop making a fuss, first off," growled another masculine voice, and again Betty giggled nervously.

Sure, when you come to think of it, a king is no more than any other man, only for all the fuss that does be made about him.

I remember the fuss they made about it in the society papers—fulsome, sickenin' sort of hog-wash they wrote.


On this page you'll find 158 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fuss, such as: commotion, confusion, controversy, excitement, flap, and furor.

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