Definition of fusspot in English:

fusspot

Syllabification: fuss·pot
Pronunciation: /ˈfəsˌpät
 
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noun

informal
  • A fussy person.
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    • It is not beyond the realms that within a generation or two punctuation (not to mention spelling) will be regarded as the old-fashioned preserve of fusspots who have no idea how to communicate clearly.
    • Dictators are often fusspots about food, and Mussolini, like Hitler, was one.
    • The power to discriminate makes Virgo the sign of the food fusspot, the nutritionist and the restaurant critic.

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