Definitions for "Fuzz"
Fuzz is a tool for testing software. It runs the target program repeatedly and provides random data streams to applications in a number of ways and then reports whether the program can be made to crash. It is a similar but more advanced version of the tool used to compile the original fuzz paper.
Fine, light particles or fibers; loose, volatile matter.
Creel Fuzz - In glass fiber manufacturing, the broken filaments found around and on a roving creel. Chopper Fuzz - In Composite Fabrication, the broken filaments found around the glass cutter or chopper. See Fines. In the field, the broken filaments found around a roving pallet.
This effect was invented in the 1960s, when shampoo technology was considerably more primitive than today: back then, long-haired male guitarists would often experience considerable ‘fuzz’ and split ends on their barnets. Although conditioners and regular haircuts are now widely available, making fuzz largely a thing of the past, the effect remains popular with those seeking to inject some extra mess into their music.
uncomplimentary terms for a policeman
Another name for the police, pigs, fuzz, cops, and 'the man' were the common terms.
a hazy or indistinct representation; "it happened so fast it was just a blur"; "he tried to clear his head of the whisky fuzz"
Keywords:  drunk
To make drunk.
filamentous hairlike growth on a plant; "peach fuzz"
Keywords:  sdl, mono, minute, editor, fly
Fuzz is an SDL/Mono-based 2D game engine that loads its games from XML so that anyone with a simple text editor can produce their own high-performance games in minutes.
To fly off in minute particles.
Keywords:  adolescent, beard, boy, first
the first beard of an adolescent boy
colors within this distance are considered equal