Definition of fussiness in US English:

fussiness

noun

  • See fussy

    • ‘There's no fussiness in the performance either.’
    • ‘It has two faults: the author occasionally crosses the line between striking description and writerly fussiness’
    • ‘There is a kind of fussiness about intellectual distinctions that I think is inappropriate in a struggle where there are two sides and you know which side you're on.’
    • ‘We started to understand that her fussiness and mini-rants were because she expected high standards of everything from us, and from the world.’
    • ‘I'm going to have to learn to adapt to its fussiness.’

Pronunciation

fussiness

/ˈfəsēnis/