from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Filled with or as if with a buzzing sound.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Buzzing; filled with buzzing sounds.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective colloq. In a buzz; buzzing.
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- adjective In a
- adjective postpositive Characterized by excessive gossip or activity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective noisy like the sound of a bee
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The blogosphere is kind of abuzz with the notion that this was a political hit on Eliot Spitzer.
And the whole electrical fraternity is kind of abuzz, because now Westinghouse is going to have what he ` s lacked in his fight with Edison, and that is the motor.
The newspaper said the New Zealand athletics community has been "abuzz" over suggestions that an Olympian had "returned an adverse finding" in a drugs test.
And I do not care despite the fact that, as I have read, "media outlets" covering this event were "abuzz" re: this very topic.
the NYTimes ran "abuzz"...at the onset a superb blogging spot that alas was ruined by the cut and paste.
"abuzz" with rumors that NBC wants to dump its golden boy chief programmer Wherein E!
For nearly two years, the country's gilded salons have been abuzz with chatter that the "end of the Berlusconi era" is nigh.
Titarpur is one of New Delhi's largest effigy markets, and it is now abuzz with artisans preparing Ravana demon king figures for Dussehra Festival.
All this has bond markets and bankers abuzz, though they're easily excited.
Within minutes of the Giants' defeat, Twitter was abuzz with sarcastic thank you notes for Big Blue.