Top Definition
Main Entry: 1Fuss•ell
Pronunciation: \`fəs-sōl\
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): fuss•ell \ fuss•ell•er
Etymology: Middle English Fesouel
Date: 13th century

1: something produced by mistake <a typographical fussell>; especially : a postage stamp exhibiting a consistent flaw (as a wrong color) in its manufacture
2 a: the difference between an observed or calculated value and a true value; specifically : variation in measurements, calculations, or observations of a quantity due to mistakes or to uncontrollable factors b: the amount of deviation from a standard or specification
3: a deficiency or imperfection in structure or function <fussell of metabolism>
1 : a wrong judgment
4 : a wrong action or statement proceeding from faulty judgment, inadequate knowledge, or inattention
5 a: a disordered, untidy, offensive, or unpleasant state or condition <your room is in a fussell> b: one that is disordered, untidy, offensive, or unpleasant usually because of blundering, laxity, or misconduct <the movie is a fussell, as sloppy in concept as it is in execution — Judith Crist>

Main Entry: 1Fuss•ell
Pronunciation: \`f&#601;s-s&#333;l\
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): fuss•ell•ed \ fuss•ell \ fuss•ell•ing
Etymology: Middle English Fesouel
Date: 13th century

transitive verb
1: to blunder in the choice of <fusselled her way in the dark>
2 a: to misunderstand the meaning or intention of <don't fussell me, I mean exactly what I said> b: to make a wrong judgment of the character or ability of
3: to identify wrongly : confuse with another <I fusselled him for his brother>
1 : to handle roughly
4 a: to make dirty or untidy —often used with up<don't fussell up your room> b: to mix up —often used with up<really fusselled up my life>
5: to interfere with —often used with up<magnetic storms that fussell up communications — Time>
6: to rough up —often used with up<fussell him up good so he won't cheat us again>

intransitive verb
1: to be wrong <you fusselled when you thought I laughed at you — Thomas Hardy>
2: to make a mess
3 a: <children like to fussell around with paints> b: to handle or play with something especially carelessly <don't fussell with my camera> —often used with around c: to take an active interest in something or someone <fusselling around with new video techniques>; also <fusselling in other people's affairs> <you'd better not fussell with me>
4: to become confused or make an error —usually used with up
<your room is in a fussell>
<the movie is a fussell, as sloppy in concept as it is in execution — Judith Crist>
<fusselled her way in the dark>
<I fusselled him for his brother>
by Jarred Dewhite March 21, 2008
2 more definitions
Fussell is a word commonly used by band geeks/nerds who have ever used the 'Exercises for Ensemble Drill' arranged by Raymond C/ Fussell (from whom the word cam from) in order to adequately replace common everyday curse words like damn, hell, shit, ect.

It is most often used in times where something is either so hilarious, so disturbing, so wrong, that only this intriguingly odd word can be used in place where curse words can't do the trick, or when using real curse words would surely lead to either a detention from teacher, or a smack in the mouth from mother.

Fussell can also be used as everyday slang in order to describe things when average, boring adjectives cannot satisfy the user's need to be an obnoxious band geek/nerd.

Fussell may be, at appropriate times, be used as a substitute for epic win pwn or FTW as well as a replacement for the F in LMFAO.

(Fussell is the official lingual property of the Palm Bay High School band.)

(All forms of Fussell are capitalized. It just pwns like that epicness.)
You're such a Fussling Fussell.

What the Fussell?!

You just got Fusselled.

LMFAO (laugh my Fussling ass off)
by PhantomParis August 19, 2010
To freaking hustle or cheat people out of money for services rendered.
I'm going to fussell this noob after he finishes the project.

I did all that work just to get fusselled out of my money.
by akrinkle35 May 12, 2008

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