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noun (pl) -wuzzies, -wuzzy
(archaic, offensive, slang) a Black fuzzy-haired native of any of various countries
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  • The mental, fuzzy-wuzzy maunderings and meanderings of the mob fascinated him.

    The "Genius" Theodore Dreiser
  • Do you mean to say that you fellows are moving that fuzzy-wuzzy piece of architecture into this dormitory?

    A Quarter-Back's Pluck Lester Chadwick
  • For instance, she had fuzzy-wuzzy, the petite Pomeranian poodle which never left her night or day.

    A Star for a Night Elsie Janis
  • What a pity if his illness should leave poor Don with a head like a thistle—with all the fuzzy-wuzzy inside.

    Kindred of the Dust

    Peter B. Kyne
  • Of course a young fellow, with a fuzzy-wuzzy sort of a hat, caught it—on the hat.

    Dorothy Dale in the City Margaret Penrose

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