Adjective "fuzzy" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈfʌzi/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Having a frizzy texture or appearance.
  1. 'Look for seeds rotted in the soil that are soft and slimy to the touch or overgrown with other fungi and bacteria, giving the seed a fuzzy appearance.'
  2. 'I had a closer look at these guys and the white appears to be like fuzzy hairs.'
  3. 'After drying, and brushing, and pulling and brushing and drying some more, my hair was one huge, frizzy, fuzzy mop.'
  4. 'This was because of my fuzzy hair, not because of my amazing literary talent.'
  5. 'She wore a sweatshirt to protect her from the chill and cotton pajama pants with dark blue fuzzy slippers.'
  6. 'As the large, loose clusters of tiny greenish flower blossoms fade, the flower stalks get longer and by midsummer are covered with fuzzy purple or pink hairs.'
  7. 'He's a huge man who's been a football marketers dream because of his trademark fuzzy black hair.'
  8. 'He curled up into a small, fuzzy ball and fell asleep.'
  9. 'Once the fuzzy grey fungal growth appears on the foliage, causing it to discolour and rapidly deteriorate, the disease may then spread into the main body of the plant.'
  10. 'On Thursday, Little Emily named this little clown doll with fuzzy hot pink hair ‘baby Vee’.'
Difficult to perceive; indistinct or vague.
  1. 'that fuzzy line between right and wrong'
  2. 'The field in front of her swam and became fuzzy and indistinct.'
  3. 'The point is with getting the right slant on facts, such facts as we have, which are always incomplete and often indistinct and fuzzy.'
  4. 'It's a fuzzy line; it's still an activity but it's much more integrated with our other activities.'
  5. 'There is a fuzzy line between contracting out for services from industry, and simply enlisting industry in the cause.'
  6. 'Neither picture turned out, both were fuzzy and dark; you could barely make out the lantern hovering behind us.'
  7. 'The screen makes a fuzzy line between where the architecture ends and where the performance medium begins, giving this project great vitality.'
  8. 'These fuzzy notions were enough to make me theoretically opposed to the current rulers of Iran, but not informed enough to recommend an alternative.'
  9. 'The footage is grainy, dark, and fuzzy, and it bounces around a lot.'
  10. 'It's a choice she knows many actresses would have shunned, blurring as it does the already fuzzy line between performance and porn.'
  11. 'The fuzzy notion of democracy was despised by scholars prior to the seventeenth century.'
  12. 'When I woke my mind was fuzzy and my eyes didn't really want to open.'
  13. 'She didn't know what to do, her mind was fuzzy, and it was Shawn's doing.'
  14. 'In short, my mind is fuzzy rather than well defined.'
  15. 'If you're still fuzzy about the company's prospects, or the numbers, think twice about making an investment.'
  16. 'Even if you're fuzzy on the details most people have heard of the stunningly beautiful Helen of Troy and the Trojan horse.'
  17. 'I was fuzzy and disoriented after three weeks of cityhopping.'
  18. 'It flashed irrationally through my still fuzzy mind that perhaps he was going to tell me it was all a joke and he didn't care about me at all.'
  19. 'Then his fuzzy mind registered the breathing and the heavy weight on his chest, and he stopped breathing.'
  20. 'Her mind was so fuzzy it felt as if the entire room around her swayed.'
  21. 'However, my mind is still fuzzy, unable to make sense out of everything, just getting small glimpses and a feeling of fear and urgency.'
  22. 'their former jolly sound has been drowned in swathes of layered, fuzzy guitar'
  23. 'Indeed, it's that track which kick-starts the album in such compulsive fashion, unfolding in a headspinning whirlwind of fuzzy guitars and nasally vocals.'
  24. 'It contains a yearning fuzzy electricified guitar mixed with a looping acoustic melody.'
  25. 'They even turn the amps up and indulge in a little fuzzy guitar noodling near the end, but the song still plods along the nap time path.'
  26. 'They know exactly when to unleash the bombastic, fuzzy electric guitar to propel a sunny-day strummer to psych rock heaven.'
  27. 'Germany's Redondo Beat makes no secret of its lust for the fuzzy riffs and laidback drone perfected in the '60s.'
  28. 'For the melancholic pop songs provide a nice foil for the fuzzy guitars and rock out moments that came earlier.'
  29. 'It's got the whole indie-hillbilly thing going, with lots of mandolins and footstomping and fuzzy guitars etc but it's all just a little flat.'
  30. 'The result is charming: twelve short, funny, fast songs about English life with fuzzy guitars and good tunes.'
  31. 'And so, the album ends on an unexpectedly strong point, fuzzy guitars purring out simple, yet wonderful riffs.'
  32. 'It's especially difficult not to like it if you dig bratty girl vocals, fuzzy guitars and snotty lyrics about teenage life.'
Relating to a form of set theory and logic in which predicates may have degrees of applicability, rather than simply being true or false. It has important uses in artificial intelligence and the design of control systems.
  1. 'Risk measurement with this fuzzy logic system produces an interval scale that enables some parametric analysis.'
  2. 'Process monitoring is performed by a controller that uses fuzzy logic and neural network technology.'

Definitions

1. of the nature of or resembling fuzz: a soft, fuzzy material.

2. covered with fuzz: a plant with broad, fuzzy leaves.

3. indistinct; blurred: A fuzzy photograph usually means you jiggled the camera.

4. muddleheaded or incoherent: a fuzzy thinker; to become fuzzy after one drink.

More examples(as adjective)

"photos can be fuzzy for identifications."

"people can be fuzzy as figures."

"clergies can be fuzzy on details."

"logics can be fuzzy."

"pictures can be fuzzy."

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