buzzy

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buzzy

(ˈbʌzɪ)
adj, -zier or -ziest
having an atmosphere of excitement or anticipation
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If "The Big Bang Theory" doesn't make the comedy series cut, ABC's 'black-ish" could again be the sole network entry in a field of buzzier cable and streaming nominees.
On road you'll discover a car with modest performance and you'll soon be looking for a sixth gear that isn't there, making progress buzzier than you'd hope for.
TheatreWorks also offers a kind of twofer package: If you buy a ticket to one of their buzzier productions, you can get a ticket to a musical that's in development, say, for an additional small cost.
'The Predator' reinvents its movie monster in search of bigger, buzzier game-the Millennial movie fan.
Then it's back to Manama, which is much buzzier and more atmospheric than the sleepy backstreets of Muharraq.
On paper, this year's crop of titles includes fewer overtly commercial entries, and some of the buzzier premieres, such as "Captain Fantastic," a drama about a devoted father (Viggo Mortensen) grappling with a family tragedy, and "Sing Street," the story of a Dublin boy band from "Begin Again" director John Carney, already have distributors.
This classy little Glasgow joint is buzzier than a lorry load of bumble bees and I've lost count of the number of readers who recommended it.
Researchers prefer the buzzier title "peak travel." Whatever the reason, it's got people wondering: Will extended road trips soon become so expensive, so cumbersome and old-fashioned that they wane into the realms of nostalgia?
Why go now: New storefronts and fresh faces are giving this one-horse town a buzzier vibe.
Your craving for extra mental stimulation can be reflected in both your choice of interests and friends -the buzzier the better.
It's taken him a little time to settle into Newmarket, which is buzzier than where he was when with Tim Easterby but we were encouraged by his second at Chester.
If it's lively you are after, the Southern strip has a buzzier feel than other parts of the island with more budget accommodation than the ritzier West Coast - but the beaches are as good if not better.