buzzingly


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buzzingly

(ˈbʌzɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a buzzing manner
References in classic literature ?
After receiving the charge with every mark of derision, the pupils formed in line and buzzingly passed a ragged book from hand to hand.
Sean Baker follows his breakthrough hit, Tangerine, with another caring, vivid and buzzingly energised study of marginalised Americans on the wrong side of the poverty line.
Vaughan Williams' Wasps Overture, buzzingly alert, and with such noble horns, could perhaps have been balanced more judiciously in its concluding counterpoint, but Brahms' Second Symphony, some tiny imprecisions of ensemble aside, was a total delight.