Definition of fuzzy-wuzzy in English:

fuzzy-wuzzy

Line breaks: fuzzy-wuzzy
Pronunciation: /ˈfʌzɪwʌzi
 
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noun (plural fuzzy-wuzzies)

British informal , offensive
1A black person, especially one with tightly curled hair.
1.1 historical A Sudanese soldier.

Origin

late 19th century: reduplication of fuzzy.

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