Tell me what you want to eat before I make dinner because
I know you’re a fussy eater/how fussy you are.
She’s not very fussy about whom she goes out with,
providing he’s well-off.
Note also the words Choosy, Particular and Picky which have the same meaning as Fussy.
- If you wear your own clothes, try to make them smart and not too fussy.
- Perhaps fussy was simply a straightforward term for the small-scaled, repetitive elements encrusting that proposal.
- Such children are expected to be less fussy and, thus, less irritable than other children.
- When we combined paternal and maternal reports into a single construct reflecting fussy/ difficult temperament, this association was no longer significant.
- Children are irritable and fussy with the teacher with no apparent cause.
- In cases when the infant was asleep or very fussy, visits were rescheduled.
- The modern arbiters of garden taste have rejected the nineteenth-century suburban middle-class style as fussy and busy.
- The present results suggest that alcoholic fathers tend to report their infants as being more fussy or difficult compared to those in the control group.