1fuss /ˈfʌs/ noun
activity or excitement that is unusual and that often is not wanted or necessary [noncount
] ▪ They got down to business without any fuss. ▪ What is all the fuss about?
] ▪ Her new novel has caused quite a fuss.
— often used with make ▪ We'd love to come to dinner, but please don't make a fuss. [=don't do a lot of extra things that you would not usually do] ▪ (US) Everyone made such a fuss over the baby. = (Brit) Everyone made such a fuss of the baby. [=everyone paid a lot of excited attention to the baby]
an expression of anger or complaint especially about something that has little importance [noncount
] ▪ She accepted the new assignment without any fuss. [=she did not complain about the new assignment]
— often used with make ▪ She accepted the new assignment without making any fuss.
] ▪ I don't want to make a fuss, but this soup is cold.