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Definition of Fusser
1. one that fusses [n -S] - See also: fusses
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Literary usage of Fusser
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Stevens Indicator by Stevens Institute of Technology (1884)
"One fusser, a rascally plumber has a daughter who has beguiled Sir Loophole. ... Mr fusser, will you come inside for four hours while I talk with you on ..."
2. Discipline and the Derelict: Being a Series of Essays on Some of Those who by Thomas Arkle Clark (1921)
"Athletics, of course, occupies the center of the stage, but the “fusser” is a close second to the athlete when those engaged in college activities are ..."
3. Advice to Fresmen by Freshmen (1921)
"... fusser? Why do so many freshmen flunk? If every college freshman was able to answer this question, there would be many less, failures than at present. ..."
4. Self and Self-management: Essays about Existing by Arnold Bennett (1918)
"It would only cause a change in the symptoms; for every human environment whatsoever gives occasion for fussiness to the complete fusser. Even in the army, ..."
5. The Westminster Problems Book: Prose and Verse by Westminster Gazette, London, Westminster Gazette, Naomi Gwladys Royde-Smith (1908)
"Under trowsers patent leathers means a fusser, and if there's one thing I ... Coffee turned my 'air grey when I lived with a fusser, and pretty near druv me ..."