buzzy

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buzzy

(ˈbʌzɪ)
adj, -zier or -ziest
having an atmosphere of excitement or anticipation
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Sasha Flood Of Red were one of the UK's buzziest rock acts in the mid to late 2000s and very much part of the scene at the healthiest point with peers such as Enter Shikari, Twin Atlantic and You Me At Six who went on to mainstream success.
Ahead of the summer's biggest and buzziest gig - which has turned into a one day festival of sorts, I got Gary's thoughts on a few pressing issues.
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You'll find her in one of the buzziest films of this awards season, Spike Lee's 'BlacKkKlansman', which vied for Best Motion Picture, Drama at the Golden Globes last weekend.
In New York's buzziest neighborhood, Queens, despite the ripple effects of Amazon's announcement that it plans to open up a new headquarters in Long Island City, the rental market has yet to experience a noticeable shift.
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According to the article, "the buzziest money-loser of the year is MoviePass, which has upended the film industry by essentially giving away millions of free movie tickets."
Despite having to overcome many challenges, from personal health problems to devastating floods, Bell and her four-year-old farm now supply some of Southern California's buzziest restaurants.