Synonyms of fuss in English:

fuss


See definition of fuss

noun

1‘there was all that fuss over his marriage breaking up’

SYNONYMS
ado, excitement, agitation, uproar, to-do, stir, commotion, confusion, disturbance, tumult, hubbub, rigmarole, folderol, brouhaha, furore, storm in a teacup, much ado about nothing
upset, worry, bother, row
fluster, flurry, bustle
informal palaver, hoo-ha, ballyhoo, flap, tizzy, stew, song and dance, performance, pantomime
British informal carry-on, kerfuffle
North American informal fuss and feathers
literary pother

2‘she liked to cook with a minimum of fuss’

SYNONYMS
bother, trouble, inconvenience, effort, exertion, labour
informal hassle
ANTONYMS

convenience

3‘children make a fuss when limits are set down’

SYNONYMS
protest, complaint, objection
grumble, whine
tantrum, outburst, hysterics
commotion, trouble
informal grouse, gripe

verb

1‘he has a tendency to fuss over detail’

SYNONYMS
worry, fret, be agitated, be worried, take pains, make a big thing out of
make a mountain out of a molehill
informal get worked up, be in a flap, flap, be in a tizzy, be in a stew, make a meal of, make a thing of, make a big thing of
ANTONYMS

get into perspective

2‘he fussed about like an old hen’

SYNONYMS
bustle, dash, rush, scurry, charge, fly
tear around, buzz around, run round in circles

3‘oh for heaven's sake, don't fuss me’

SYNONYMS
pester, disturb, harass
irritate, annoy, vex, bother, nag
informal hassle