covering with fine light hairs
"his head fuzzed like a dandelion gone to seed"
bleary, blurred, blurry, foggy, fuzzy, hazy, muzzy(adj)
indistinct or hazy in outline
"a landscape of blurred outlines"; "the trees were just blurry shapes"
confused and not coherent; not clearly thought out
"a vague and fuzzy idea of the world of finance"
an individual flake of fuzzies
You've got a fuzzy on your coat.
Covered with fuzz or a large number of tiny loose fibres like a carpet or many stuffed animals. Mentioned in the popular nursery rhyme Fuzzy wuzzy was a bear.
Vague or imprecise.
My recollection of that event is fuzzy.
Not clear; unfocused.
I finally threw out a large stack of fuzzy photos.
not firmly woven; that ravels
Etymology: [See Fuzz, n.]
furnished with fuzz; having fuzz; like fuzz; as, the fuzzy skin of a peach
Etymology: [See Fuzz, n.]
Released in 1993, Fuzzy is the debut album by Los Angeles rock group Grant Lee Buffalo. Called "The best album of the year hands down" by R.E.M's Michael Stipe, "Fuzzy would galvanize the sound of Grant Lee Buffalo, i.e., the acoustic feedback howl of overdriven 12-string guitars, melodic distorto-bass, tribal drum bombast, the old world churn of pump organs and parlor pianos."
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
fuz′i, adj. covered with fuzz, fluffy.—adv. Fuzz′ily.—n. Fuzz′iness.
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
Not firm or sound in substance.
The numerical value of fuzzy in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of fuzzy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of fuzzy in a Sentence
It's been kind of a wake-up call, their message is intentionally fuzzy, but yet it's delivered with flawlessly competent clarity. That's a pretty brilliant combination. Those who disagree with Libre and the Koch brothers are really going to need to muscle up.
We’ve been led astray by viewing space as some kind of a fuzzy panda bear thing i think the Chinese … the Russians and others, they view space as the ultimate high ground. They are preparing for battle in space.
There is nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept.
Were it not for the asteroid, humans would never have evolved, one message I would like people to take from this is that their earliest ancestors - and by ancestors we're talking fuzzy little squirrel-like critters - had their origins in the wake of the extinction of the dinosaurs.
It really looked like a big fuzzy caterpillar stretched out on the bottom.
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- borrós, arrissatCatalan, Valencian
- diffus, verschwommen, unscharf, vage, fusselig, ungenau, flauschigGerman
- χνουδωτός, θαμπός, φουντωτός, ασαφήςGreek
- sumea, samea, nukkainen, epäselvä, sekavaFinnish
- confus, flouFrench
- elmosódott, pontatlan, homályos, zavaros, bolyhos, szőrmókHungarian
- ullen, uklar, loddenNorwegian
- uklar, ullen, lodenNorwegian Nynorsk
- нерезкий, пуши́стый, нечёткийRussian
- otydlig, dimmig, suddig, luddigSwedish
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