Why the fuss about the ring and forever if you really just mean "forever, maybe?"
The fuss over Clint Eastwood is a smokescreen, obscuring one of the most successful conventions in memory.
In many recent examples of plays that have created a fuss, the cause has been more social than theatrical.
She has received death threats in Moscow for kicking up a fuss about this affair.
Not a lot of fuss and muss here, just good taste and great songs.
Amy Lou was sleepy but would not leave the scene without a fuss.
"You're a fuss," said Edna, laughing, but yielding the point.
Dey lissen en lissen, but dey don't year no mo' fuss, en 't wa'n't long 'fo' dey got ter chattin' en jabberin' some mo'.
Gracious me, how tiresome the Living are, with all their fuss and excitement!
Perhaps the man realized it, but he was a soldier, and therefore made no fuss.
1701, perhaps an alteration of force, or imitative of bubbling or sputtering sounds, or from Danish fjas "foolery, nonsense." First attested in Anglo-Irish writers, but no obvious connections to Irish. To make a fuss was earlier to keep a fuss (1726).
1792, from fuss (n.). Related: Fussed; fussing.