Etymology
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fuzzy (adj.)

1610s, "soft, spongy;" a dialectal word of uncertain origin, apparently from fuzz (n.) + -y (2), but perhaps an import from continental Germanic. Compare Low German fussig "weak, loose, spongy," Dutch voos "spongy." From 1713 as "covered with fuzz;" 1778 as "blurred;" and 1937 as "imprecise," with reference to thought, etc. Related: Fuzzily; fuzziness.

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Definitions of fuzzy

fuzzy (adj.)
covering with fine light hairs;
Synonyms: fuzzed
fuzzy (adj.)
indistinct or hazy in outline;
Synonyms: bleary / blurred / blurry / foggy / hazy / muzzy
fuzzy (adj.)
confused and not coherent; not clearly thought out;
a vague and fuzzy idea of the world of finance
From wordnet.princeton.edu