fuss[ fuhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF fuss
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FUSS
I told Coplen to offer her a million cash for everything rather'n have any fuss.
Did he remember the fuss his dear father used to make about it?
That it was only a Yankee ship, any how, and that it is all "blarsted" nonsense to make a fuss about it.
If she insisted that she was ill and unable to go back, there would be a fuss.
Let 'em do just as they're a moind to, and not raise a fuss about it?
To make such a fuss, also, about your religion seemed to her indecorous and absurd.
And so if either gets sick of the other he just leaves without any fuss.
And to do the poor soul justice, I believe he did not at all know what the "fuss" had been about.
They'll get there all right, and at least we shall get to bed in good time and without any fuss,' he thought.
Just think of it—all that fuss and all that turmoil over something so obvious.