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Usage examples for fuzzy

  1. " I saw something fuzzy with a big tail going inside the log," answered Teddy's sister. – The Curlytops on Star Island by Howard R. Garis
  2. You'll like it, only I hope a fuzzy blanket doesn't make you sneeze. – The Bobbsey Twins in a Great City by Laura Lee Hope
  3. She saw his sparkling eyes, his light fuzzy hair, his little white dress and socks. – The Little House in the Fairy Wood by Ethel Cook Eliot
  4. They dragged it all right 'til I dumped an old fuzzy caterpillar into the box, and then they tumbled over on their backs and squirmed and kicked like everything! – Princess Polly's Playmates by Amy Brooks
  5. Oh, just worms, and those fuzzy flies made with a hook on them- you know.... – The Lookout Man by B. M. Bower
  6. Now their grass coverings would grow fuzzy and drop off. – Myths and Legends of the Great Plains by Unknown
  7. These busy bees, with their fluffy little feet and fuzzy coats, become completely covered with this all- important flower dust, and in seeking nectar from other flowers they leave the " awakening dust" behind, and thus cross- fertilization takes place; new types of babies are produced, new generations of fruits and flowers. – The Mother and Her Child by William S. Sadler Lena K. Sadler
  8. Cheriki was a fuzzy toy spaniel, the gift of an admirer. – One Woman's Life by Robert Herrick
  9. She was particularly glad that just as they went past the Commercial Hotel, Miss Perrotet, the landlord's red- haired daughter, should put her fuzzy head out of the window- for Miss Perrotet had also been to boarding- school, and thought very highly of herself in consequence, though it had only been for a year, to finish. – The Getting of Wisdom by Henry Handel Richardson
  10. Gaunt old father and withered old mother would tell that Wylo from earliest boyhood could always " make em good fella along tree"; and now that he was a man and there were the emblems of manhood on his broad chest- deep, cut lines and swelling ridges- and he oft wore his hair long and fuzzy his hand was very free. – My Tropic Isle by E J Banfield
  11. He is a great devourer of canker- worms, and, when these pests appear, he comes out of his forest seclusion and makes excursions through the orchards stealthily and quietly, regaling himself upon those pulpy, fuzzy titbits. – Birds and Poets by John Burroughs
  12. I didn't want to say it to Norty, but when I was giving him all those numbers, there came times when it was a little fuzzy and I wasn't so sure. – The Right Time by Walter Bupp
  13. But everything, including his head, was a fuzzy jumble. – The Planet Strappers by Raymond Zinke Gallun
  14. Toward morning you were getting so fuzzy I just didn't bother." – Out Like a Light by Gordon Randall Garrett
  15. There she was, sure enough, with the " fuzzy front of curls" which were always " economized" by not wearing them until after 10. 30 A. M. At this point the canon suddenly asked, " Have you seen the stone table?" – The Lure of the Camera by Charles S. Olcott
  16. All yellow and black and fuzzy with trees or a tall mangrove bush or a sea grape vine sticking up here and there. – The Day of the Dog by Anderson Horne
  17. Such a little fellow as he was, in the big, ragged coat; such a tired, baby face, under the fuzzy cap; such a purple, little hand, still holding fast a few papers; such a pathetic sight altogether was the boy, lying on the stone step, with the snow drifting over him, that it was impossible to go by. – Aunt Jo's Scrap-Bag by Louisa M. Alcott
  18. Mr. Jenkins was a short, fuzzy little man, who looked him over with nervous concern, calculating what new strain on his temper had arrived; introduced him to Mrs. Jenkins, and seized the occasion of the luncheon- bell to cut short the conversation. – The Varmint by Owen Johnson F. R. Gruger
  19. A fat little rascal, with a bobbing fuzzy poll and squirming limbs. – Where the Pavement Ends by John Russell
  20. Even fuzzy headed little Beth pulled off some pretty shots, whereupon Bill cheered uproariously. – Fore! by Charles Emmett Van Loan
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