unfussed–over

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adjective un·fussed–over \ˌən-ˈfəst-ˌō-vər\

Definition of unfussed–over

  1. :  not given undue attention especially with regard to details :  not fussed over (see 2fuss 1a) … I thought of the cakes my own grandmother had made, the unfussed-over cakes that despite, or maybe even because of, their simplicity, hold a place in my affections all these years later. — Dorie Greenspan The film has a modest, unfussed-over feel, and a sense of place that's at once familiar and alienating … — David Edelstein

1968

First Known Use of unfussed–over

1968


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