fuzz

  1. filamentous hairlike growth on a plant
  2. (informal) uncomplimentary terms for a policeman
  3. a hazy or indistinct representation
  4. the first beard of an adolescent boy

Fuzz

• (v. t.) To make drunk. • (v. i.) To fly off in minute particles. • (n.) Fine, light particles or fibers; loose, volatile matter.
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fuzz

noun the first beard of an adolescent boy
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Fuzz

Fuzz intransitive verb To fly off in minute particles.
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Fuzz

Fuzz noun [ Confer Prov. English fuzzy that ravels (of silk or cotton), Dutch voos spongy, fungous, German faser filament. English feaze to untwist.] Fine, light particles or fibers; loose, volatile matter. Fuzz ball , a kind of fungus or mushroom, which, when p...
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Fuzz

Fuzz transitive verb To make drunk. [ Obsolete] Wood.
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Fuzz

A term for the fibers that project from the paper surface.
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Fuzz

Fuzz is British slang for female pubic hair.
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fuzz

the police
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Fuzz

This North American term first appeared in the 1920s and gained popularity in the 1930s. This slang term may be in reference to the sound of the field radios that police commonly use. It surfaced in Britain in the 1960s.
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fuzz

[n] - the first beard of an adolescent boy
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