fuss


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Synonyms for fuss

Synonyms for fuss

busy and useless activity

Synonyms

needless trouble

to worry over trifles

to be nervously or uselessly active

fuss at: to scold or find fault with constantly

Synonyms for fuss

an excited state of agitation

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an angry disturbance

a rapid active commotion

worry unnecessarily or excessively

care for like a mother

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References in classic literature ?
If you'd like to spoil their fun," he said, "don't make any fuss no matter how much you suffer.
I shouldn't mind your seeing him occasionally at my uncle's--I don't want you to make a fuss on the subject.
uk ACTRESSES Angelina Jolie and Blake Lively are fans of Yon Ka and you can find out what all the fuss is about with the beauty brand's Christmas clutches.
A GAY Church of Scotland minister claims that in years to come people will wonder why there was a fuss about the introduction of same-sex marriages.
The American rockers, led by Brandon Flowers, are right back on form with their fourth studio album, Battle Born, brimming with sing-along anthems so reminiscent of Hot Fuss.
In the past, Fuss has downplayed his kinship with Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, but here he exemplifies the photogram's import as given by that forefather of the technique: "The photogram can be called the key to photography because every good photograph must possess the same fine gradations between the white and black extremes as the photogram.
The number of people signing the petition speaks for itself, so Mrs Harris, that is the reason we are making a fuss.
The fuss isn't just about the films, pornographic or otherwise.
Easy: The home in West Farm Wynd, Longbenton, is ideal for people wanting little fuss.
A 91-year-old war veteran who collected a PhD from Cambridge University said: "I don't know what all the fuss is about.
Astronomers recently made a fuss about Pluto, saying that it's not really big enough to be called a planet (see "Pluto and the Plutons").
Because the courts want companies to produce evidence with minimal delay and fuss when they become involved in litigation.
Minimal sets, signature Fosse attire (bowlers and white gloves), and seamless visuals from Fosse's eight cameras let Liza shine with a minimum of fuss.
Sixty local ministers had signed a petition protesting the opening of the Hooters, but Rozycki thinks the fuss is overdone.
To celebrate Isomil's three-day relief soy solution and nearly 40-year heritage of solving fussiness, gas and spit-up in infants, Isomil Advance is offering mom a relaxing three-day trip where the only fuss is about her.