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Synonyms for fuss

Synonyms for fuss

busy and useless activity


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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Fuss was raised in Los Angeles and was born in Bayside, Queens, New York.
So, at an early birthday party on Saturday, Fuss, in her pearls and a straw bowler hat, sat with three generations of her descendants and friends, being serenaded by a 21st century crooner.
Wirral Fuss has been encouraging parents to recycle their children's outgrown uniforms back into drop boxes in schools sine June 2012.
The study by Best Western Hotels found 82 per cent of British youngsters are not afraid FUSS: of making an immediate complaint about slow service.
Little of tins backstory is immediately apparent from the work, and it feels unnecessarily compensatory; far more affecting than the photograms' possible intertextual spirals is Fuss's mastery of the method, all the more evident and nuanced now for an eschewing of color.
This directive entitles workers like Fuss to an average weekly working time of not more than 48 hours.
But is it really worth the fuss? And more importantly, should you buy one?
Summary: He is the talk of Hollywood, now fans can see what all the fuss is about.
Hubnerite with Quartz Mundo Nuevo Mine, Pasto Bueno Dist., Ancash Dept., Peru 8 1/2" wide ex-collection Sandor Fuss
THIS new-build two-bedroomed endterraced house could be ideal for those looking for minimum 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.
Fuss, RN, MS, CIC, is the Senior Infection Control Practitioner at the University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore.