fuzzy

[ fuhz-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF fuzzy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FUZZY

She regarded the fuzzy yellow thing with a curious expression.

Perhaps the tape was fuzzy or it may have been fogged in transit by radiation.

Most of it is turgid, lumpy, fuzzy in texture, squalid in intellect.

At times, so fuzzy do I get from so much reading, that I am glad for any diversion.

His vision was fuzzy, but there was no mistaking the image before him.

Fuzzy laughed a gurgling, insolent, alcoholic laugh in his face.

Fuzzy was admitted into a great hall, dim with the glow from unseen lights.

Fuzzy raised his voice and sent it through the house unpleasantly.

Fuzzy didn't understand that; he remembered nothing about a doll.

Fuzzy, in a pitched battle, could have eaten the three of them.

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