buzzy

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buzzy

(ˈbʌzɪ)
adj, -zier or -ziest
having an atmosphere of excitement or anticipation
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The 54-year-old actor attended the Gersh Oscar Party, along with some of the buzziest nominees ahead of the 90th annual show this weekend.
Artificial intelligence may be the buzziest new word in tech circles, but it has a significant gender problem, according to Sharma.
OK, so London Grammar, though still pretty young themselves, was never going to be the buzziest ticket in town but still
The buzziest postings on the social platform zero in on eyebrows, combinations of lip color and liners, and concealers often used in contouring.
9) Linda Ge, 'Inside Hollywood's New Australian Invasion: Dance Academy Alums Land Season's Buzziest Roles', The Wrap, 21 August 2015, <http://www.
That's the bottom line for even the busiest, buzziest bees in the local TV hive!
In a cultural-Darwinist world where only the buzziest survive, the arts section would consist solely of superhero-movie reviews, TV-show recaps, and instant-reaction think pieces about pop superstars.
Netflix's "The Crown" is a highbrow drama with an international angle Globe voters appreciate, while the streamer's retro sci-fi sleeper hit "Stranger Things" (1) was arguably the year's buzziest show.
With The Man in the High Castle, Amazon continues its steadfast march to produce the buzziest content in all of the kingdom of Hollywood, with its latest new offering in an increasingly impressive (and, if the Golden Globe nominations are any clue, award-worthy) line-up.
The buzziest new restaurant openings in Sydney these days all seem to share the same postal code, so it's no surprise that Old Clare adds three high-profile spots to boost Chippendale's burgeoning culinary cred even further.