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buzzy

[ buhz-ee ]
/ ˈbʌz i /
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adjective, buzz·i·er, buzz·i·est.

making a buzzing sound: the distinctive buzzy song of the black-throated blue warbler.
Slang. generating or feeling intense enthusiasm, excitement, etc.: She costars in a buzzy new film that opens Wednesday.The tech conference got us all inspired and buzzy.
Slang. slightly intoxicated or overstimulated from liquor or drugs.
Slang. lively; bustling: The city of Geneva is buzzy enough to make a memorable trip.

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Origin of buzzy

First recorded in 1870–75; buzz1 + -y1
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