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covering with fine light hairs

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indistinct or hazy in outline

confused and not coherent

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The usually clean-shaven male workers in the town's three branches of Sainsbury's are looking decidedly fuzzier.
Unless you want to be a cobbler or a carpenter, it's likely that the traditional roles will be a lot fuzzier than they used to be.
For example, their cheeks were a shade paler, their regrown hair was a little fuzzier, and some had a little stumble in their gait.
For your smoothbore-shootin' buddy who complains his bead sight has gotten smaller, fuzzier and further away over the years: the ATS Universal Shotgun Sight fits most 12-gauge shotguns with nonribbed barrels between .
Credit unions aren't in business to give members the warm fuzzies; they're in business to provide members the financial services they need and accomplish that in a warmer, fuzzier way than other financial providers.
Given the current mortgage landscape, the underwriter's objective of getting to yes will be harder and fuzzier for a good while.
Every time I re-photographed the emotional scene it got dimmer and dimmer, fuzzier and fuzzier.
Open source software is a bit fuzzier and non-directed when compared to an enterprise "death march" project like those associated with Apple's and Microsoft's go-forward tactics.
AS I'VE EDITED THIS PUBLICATION OVER THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS, THE LINE BETWEEN WHAT is deemed the responsibility of parents to teach their children, and what educators are expected to teach students in nontraditional areas of learning seems to be getting fuzzier all the time.
Let us accept it as such instead of making it even fuzzier by clumsy conspiracy theories.
However, on a business level, in particular for carriers, the picture is fuzzier, since the returns on such efforts are soft (for more on the topic, see "The Sinister Side of Social Networking" p.
On the one hand, the Roman Catholic Church is not simply equated with the Church of Christ, whose borders are made fuzzier here.
Those lilting textures and explorations in sound highlight the ardent performance at play tonight - no more so than Reclaimed, where the five-piece band bring those fuzzier emotions into sharp focus with a vivid soundscape that split-screens the senses, wrapping us in the warm-hearted orchestral-like dynamics of three guitars racing to a dizzying climax.
TW's plans for the Internet were fuzzier than Comcast's vision of leveraging its control of NBC Universal's film, broadcast and cable properties to develop the next big thing in entertainment delivery: video-on-demand across a variety of electronic devices.
The limits are fuzzier for magnetic field generation, but also favour Earth-sized planets.