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  • adj. Without a buzzing noise.


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buzz +‎ -less


  • But the Boss news still underscored what ultimately has been a buzzless week, and it comes to a position group that, at least for now, looks the hardest hit.

    A Giant Concern: Tight End

  • In Seattle they want their coffee strong and their salmon straight from the river, a yen for flavor that may explain why the air was buzzless in McCaw Hall when Sen. John Kerry unveiled his plan for bolstering American "security and strength for a new world."


  • And it's all to pump up his buzzless quarter-tour and flimsy new committee record, 'cuz his previous media gambit (the deliberately rocky replacement of Zakk Wylde) registered about a four on the shrug scale.


  • Delgo -- which opens today, virtually buzzless in 1,800 theaters -- will impact Nothing Like the Holidays -- $4 million

    Entertainment Weekly's Hollywood Insider

  • Scott Foundas has been blogging for the LA Weekly, and he's seeing throngs line up for buzzless films, "there for no reason other than their love of movies," ticket-holders who couldn't care less whether any particular film is seeing its world, national or regional premiere that particular day in that particular place: "At the end of the day, the best film festivals are simply the ones that show the best available films, regardless of other considerations - a point more festivals would do well to absorb, and embrace."

    GreenCine Daily

  • So far this summer, we are buzzless (at least until Movie Blog


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