Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


All that fusses me is whether the carriage will stand the strain.

"That's just the point about lots of fusses," Morten replied.

She fusses over that old Miss Pepperpot as though she were one of the family.

He fusses over them as if they were the only children in the world.

I'm always having colds and headaches, and fusses of some kind.

Even in this volume he fusses too much about the De Guérins.

Burpee strides over to the piano and fusses around among the music.

How he fusses like just now don't make no difference; you know how your papa is.

So he puffs and fusses and sighs his way through his morning's work.

He fusses about things with which he has no concern, and he neglects every obvious duty.