Comes from the fact that a lot of police back in the 60's joined straight of the military and they brought with them the very short military haircut that gave them the appearance of fuzz on their heads. When they took their hats off, your first comment might be, hey look, it's the fuzz. It's a style of haircut that made wearing a police hat more comfortable and cooler to wear......still in vogue today and used by many police officers around the world.
The officer took his hat off and the hippy yelled...hey look, it's the fuzz.
by we_are_anecdotal December 6, 2015
If the fuzz find out where you are hiding, I won't help you.
by Light Joker June 11, 2005
the fuzz refers to the polices like the heat i think the word is derived from the police always being on your ass or in you face like peach fuzz
watch out for the fuzz... they probaby own the bar you drink and drive to and from.
by Au. October 31, 2015
When two lezzers make vagina to vagina contact for mutual stimulation of their respective budgies tongues. lezzer, velcro, rug-muncher, clitoris
See those two rug-munchers over there? I think they'll be up for some fuzz on fuzz action later. Just hope they've got a liquor licence....
by Richnirvana March 28, 2008
To emphasize your point clearly without confusion
"There should be no fuzz on this whatsoever" ... used by former FBI Director James Comey in his June 8, 2017 testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee about his certainty about Russian interference in the 2016 election cycle.
by BBEmpress June 8, 2017
synonym for police, detectives, f.b.i., a.t.f., d.e.a., i.r.s., i.n.s., e.p.a, d.o.e, d.o.i, n.s.a., f.s.a, n.s.c., d.o.j., c.i.d., o.s.i., u.s.m., f.p.s., b.i.a, i.a.l.e., u.s.c., u.c.g., u.m.p. u.s.d.a. and another law organization which holds authority. it was popularly used among hippies in the 60's and 70's.
by x February 26, 2004
n. Slang term for police, used widley by white teenagers running from the police.

see also popo, 5-0
1.Run its the fuzz!
2.Hide the stash its the fuzz!
3.O Shit! Its the Fuzz
by Jordan Navin April 27, 2005