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."
LEWISTON, ME Buzzy, challenging works from a wide spectrum of artists brush up against each other at Bates Dance Festival.
"Churches are the funniest places in the world, libraries are the sexiest" Actor Dominic West "We kind of knew it was a buzzy time when we were living it, but you know we were young and we thought 'This is great"' Ex-supermodel Twiggy, on receiving her Damehood, recalls the 1960s "The entire political class have taken leave of their senses.
The lad lives with her in Buzzy Quarter Community, Central Monrovia.
A recent study demonstrated a fast, inexpensive device called Buzzy that is widely used for IV access in hospitals may change that.
Ruth Myers, who owns Leven Crafts on Chaloner Mews, said: "The one we had in June had more than 4,000 people, it was really busy and buzzy - a real success.
This partner of his was commonly referred to by officials of the Government as Chief Buzzy. Buzzy was chief of the Lorma tribe from Lofa Country.
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!