buzzy


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buzzy

(ˈbʌzɪ)
adj, -zier or -ziest
having an atmosphere of excitement or anticipation
References in classic literature ?
You remember Talbot's uncle with his toothpicks, and poor old Buzzy and the waste of cigar ashes.
Ut kept me old mon buzzy, along wuth a son an' a hired mon, tull say naught o' extra honds un the harvest an' a maid-servant un the house.
This four-star hotel with sun-kissed sea views is modern and attractive, with buzzy vibes in its majestic reception area.
Baxter is a pediatric pain researcher and the inventor of Buzzy, a bumblebee-shaped vibrator to distract children and relieve pain during shots.
He is just a fantastic professional, a great trainer, enthusiastic person, an absolutely buzzy character.
Add this Buzzy Bee and a sense of fun to just about anything you've got going on at home-a flower arrangement on your table, twirled around your table napkins or around water goblets!
Led by CEO Buzzy Geduld, Cougar Capital LLC is a financial firm investing in equities.
In this study by Benjamin, Hendrix, and Woody, the Buzzy device was used with vibration only.
Other buzzy films that hosted events included "Midnight Special" with Kirsten
Gareth Edwards, who works in Admiral's claims department, wanted to give something back to Buzzy Bees nursery in Cwmbran where his son has been attending.
Soon after his arrival, Buzzy and his partner, Officer Chad Chysna, attended the Boston Police Department K-9 Academy for patrol, and then the Worcester Police K-9 Academy for narcotics training.
cute suits Frugi Buzzy Bee Babygrow THIS bee-printed soft organic cotton babygrow featuring integrated fold-back scratch mitts, and popper fastenings at centre front and inside legs.