- Slang. generating intense enthusiasm, excitement, etc.: a buzzy new film.
Origin of buzzy
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Contemporary Examples of buzzy
Celebrities flocked to this glamorous and buzzy temple of literature and culture.The Bookstore That Bewitched Mick Jagger, John Lennon, and Greta Garbo
December 16, 2014
This is the subject of a buzzy new book, The Confidence Code, by journalists Claire Shipman and Katty Kay.What Happens to Women When Female Leaders Like Jill Abramson Get Fired?
May 16, 2014
A buzzy study claims that gay men are cheerier than their straight friends.6 New Ways to Be Happy (If You Believe the Studies)
February 6, 2013
Director Lee Daniels stormed the festival with The Paperboy—and its buzzy Nicole Kidman urination scene.Lee Daniels: Cannes Film Festival’s Mischief Maker
May 27, 2012
An in-depth multimedia profile of Anita Hill to mark the 20th anniversary of the landmark case was deemed not buzzy enough.Black Women Still Battle Mad Men in Corporate America
March 30, 2012
Historical Examples of buzzy
I daresay the buzzy noise and singing in my head will soon pass off.The Weathercock
George Manville Fenn
"Buzzy came over in the 'Lusitania' last year," ventured one of them.
When Buzzy first came into the club, two years ago, he was insufferable.
They call you 'Buzzy' and 'dear,' so they must be your intimates.
"They do say, Buzzy, that you were in love with her," she said.