1. perversely irritable
2. overcrowded or cluttered with detail;
3. exacting especially about details;
This shop uses too many colorful decorations, which makes it look kind of fussy.
Food habits Not fussy about food at all.
He is fussy about the way his food's cooked.
Do not be fussy about what he did. After all he is only a child.
We can't be all that fussy out here.
The old lady thought he was a fussy creature.
She developed a peremptory and fussy disposition.
Fussy integrated evaluation methodology is used to evaluate each risky factor which clustering method.
Mick : I thought you said you weren't fussy. Do we have spuds?
Are you fussy what time we have dinner?
Don't be so fussy ( about your food ) .
It can indeed be fussy, filling with ornament what should be empty space.
James! Always fussy , nervous , anxious!
Some girls like fussy dresses.
He is fussy about his food.
He is very fussy about his food.
That's a fussy hat.
B : When did you become so fussy? You've never turned your nose up at dinner before.
Dentists criticize the practice of giving fussy children sweets to pacify them.
I do not want anything too fussy.
By the time he hit fifty, he was fat and fussy.
He's very fussy about his food; if it isn't cooked just right, he won't eat it.
The little girl dislikes her fussy parents.
Our teacher is very fussy about punctuation.
I can get down to nitpicking detail, I am pretty fussy about certain things.
She is not fussy about her food.
The little black dress is the anithesis of fussy dressing.
We are not very keen on floral patterns and fussy designs.
I've never been a fussy eater.
She used to be so fussy about her appearance.
not be fussy
(informal)used to indicate that one does not mind about something, especially a decision that is to be made
‘How long are you staying？’ ‘I'm not fussy.’.