Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fuss.(verb)
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Use "fusses" in a sentence
"Colin fusses because he doesn’t quite get the bowl full to start cooking the egg and then spills it on the way to the skillet."
"Ever since she could remember there had been "fusses" about money; yet she and her mother had always got what they wanted, apparently without lasting detriment to the family fortunes."
"Extends hands, legs and body to you for "pick me up"; looks down to floor, squirms and fusses, meaning "put me down"; expressionless stare means "I'm bored"; cranky and nothing soothes means "I'm tired.""