- buzz + -y (Wiktionary)
“I “woke up” feeling really relaxed, like I had just had a facial, kind of buzzy and happy.”
“The term 'urban exploration' has a kind of buzzy-architecture student-elitist feel to it, as does framing the activity as a 'movement' as some urban landscape theorists and writers do.”
“Friday 8th Buttolph, buttocks … Our pet theory-that New York Times restaurant critic Biff ( "One Star") Grimes went on hiatus to sulk about his section's "buzzy" hire of Nigella Lawson - is blown to smithereens!”
“It feels like a hangover, kind of buzzy and awful.”
“It did spend a lot of money on a social media marketing campaign - "Nokia's spokesperson emphasised they saw these kind of 'buzzy', fun applications as key to capturing column inches in the press and generating awareness in social media channels.”
“Google uses Buzz in its own real-time search results, which will show up in SERPs for many newsy or "buzzy" (if you will) queries, but Google is generally pretty good at keeping spam in its search results to a minimum.”
“The zoom is relatively quiet, if a little 'buzzy' but as it can't be used while shooting video this isn't such an issue.”
“Prices are reassuringly expensive and compete with other high street brands on quality of product 'buzzy' atmosphere and friendly efficient service rather than price.”
“If I'd removed the backgrounds in Photoshop, they'd have pixellated edges, which would look "buzzy" in the finished animation.”
“Sometimes dark walls turn into a swarm of grain so thick and "buzzy", it's distracting.”
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