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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FUSSY
The dear fussy little woman said that John had been telephoning inquiries.
But why be fussy about clothes when God has given you only one life to live?
The Misses Cabot welcomed her with fussy and dignified condescension.
For a critter as fussy and particular about some things, he's careless enough about others.
"Well, if you want to call it fussy, she is," Rosamond groaned.
The kingfishers were always in a hurry, and their colours were fussy and discordant.
There is Darrell; but he will be so fussy, and confidential, and official.
The fussy little captain, as far as Caius could judge, was not acting a part.
And you can't guess how fussy a little remark like that gets Bobby boy.
Having a baby is not a disease, and you will not need to have fussy care.