And no one seemed to mind that the models had a bit of fuzz on their legs—or that none of them wore any pants.
No, my dear fuzz, I shall have no time to tell you how busy I am.
The moon rested on its little head and made its fuzz of hair a halo.
The clamp strap ways should be kept clean and free from the fuzz from the cuttings and thick oil.
Or the sticks of cellulose, or the curved, wire device with fuzz at the ends?
They were as much all in a fuzz as ever, but his skin was not so gloriously tanned, and his hands were white instead of umber.
Midnight found Wimley still looking the pajamas squarely in the fuzz.
One little man with a bald head and a fuzz of white whiskers on his chin was giving all sorts of orders.
fuzz, or hairiness, usually occurs on the wire side of the sheet.
Then all that day, and the next day, too, That fuzz from the dirtless carpet flew.
1590s, fusse, first attested in fusball "puff ball of tiny spores," of uncertain origin. Meaning "the police" is American English, 1929, underworld slang, origin and connection to the older word unknown. Perhaps a variant of fuss, with a notion of "hard to please."
A police officer; the police: Cops must be annihilated. Kill the Fascist fuzz
[1930+; origin unknown; the form fuzey is found at about the same time]