fussed


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Related to fussed: fused, fuzed

fuss

 (fŭs)
n.
1. Needlessly nervous or useless activity; commotion: There was a lot of fuss on moving day.
2.
a. A state of excessive and unwarranted concern over an unimportant matter: made a big fuss over one low test grade.
b. An objection; a protest: The longer working hours caused a big fuss.
3. A quarrel.
4. A display of affectionate excitement and attention: Everyone made a fuss over the new baby.
v. fussed, fuss·ing, fuss·es
v.intr.
1. To trouble or worry over trifles.
2. To be excessively careful or solicitous: fussed over their children.
3. To get into or be in a state of nervous or useless activity: fussed with the collar of his coat.
4. To object; complain.
v.tr.
To disturb or vex with unimportant matters.

[Origin unknown.]

fuss′er n.

fussed

(fʌst)
adj
Brit bothered or perturbed
Translations

fussed

[fʌst] ADJ (Brit) I'm not fussedme da igual, me da lo mismo
I'm not fussed about going to the partyme da igual or lo mismo ir a la fiesta que no

fussed

adj (Brit inf) I’m not fussed (about it)es ist mir egal; he wasn’t fussed about getting back to Belfastes war ihm egal, ob er nach Belfast zurückging
References in classic literature ?
He was n't respectful at all; he called her "the old lady," and told her he "would n't be fussed over"; but when anything was the matter, he always went to "the old lady," and was very grateful for the "fussing.
Do not make a fuss" (as a matter of fact Polina never at any time either fussed or wept).
The results show that the probiotic group fussed significantly more than the placebo group at all time points from day seven to one month.