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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

But he is a very sincere man; has neither show nor fussiness in him; and practices his duties with a strict, quiet regularity.
The Australians, afflicted by our modern nervous fussiness, could not leave Chidley alone.
He had never realized before the fussiness and bad taste of the architecture of this building, which was the heart of Monaco.
THE ENEMIES OF WOMENVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
They had to assume an indolent attitude in pure opposition to his fussiness.
THE HALF-HEARTEDJOHN BUCHAN
I thought there was the least touch of affectation of fussiness, but it may not be so.
He is constitutionally incapable of the obsequious fussiness that belongs to commercial hospitality.
THINGS SEEN IN SPAINC. GASQUOINE HARTLEY
Still I could not say a word, his fussiness and self-importance overcoming his inquisitiveness.
Ramage has that gift, and his zest never degenerates into the fussiness of many modern travellers.
ALONENORMAN DOUGLAS
"But that is no reason why it should be all," I said to myself, and paid no attention to her little bashful fussiness.
NOT PRETTY, BUT PRECIOUSJOHN HAY, ET AL.
None the less, the distinctive badge of all his tribe was and remained what the Greeks called fussiness (t psophodes).

WORDS RELATED TO FUSSINESS

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