Fuzzy [adjective]

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Often these are fuzzy, tepid commitments unlikely to achieve much beyond a few headlines and the odd like.

Now all you need is a glass of hot chocolate and some movies to make you feel all warm and fuzzy.

Platforms’ self-serving transparency remains a much complained about facet of how these giants currently operate — making efforts to hold them accountable over things like content take-down performance doomed to fuzzy failure.

There were water shrews, with long tails and fuzzy feet for paddling.

A good leader doesn’t tolerate fuzzy, pretentious words, but rather insists their team use plain language.

He washed Lovin Child's clothes, even to the red sweater suit and the fuzzy red "bunny" cap.

A soft fog of snow makes fuzzy smears of the pinwheels, of the children racing, sparklers in both hands, across the frozen lawn.

He was small and chunky in build, and nervous in his mind, and had red fuzzy hair that stuck up around his head like an aureole.

A fat little rascal, with a bobbing fuzzy poll and squirming limbs.

Then he'd hurry ashore over his plank bridge and collect snails and fuzzy worms and similar crawlers by the tide mark.