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Definition of Buzz

a low, vibrating, humming sound, as of bees, machinery, or people talking.
a rumor or report.
Informal. a phone call:
When I find out, I'll give you a buzz.
  1. a feeling of intense enthusiasm, excitement, or exhilaration:
    I got a terrific buzz from those Pacific sunsets.
  2. a feeling of slight intoxication.
verb (used without object)
to make a low, vibrating, humming sound.
to speak or murmur with such a sound.
to be filled with the sound of buzzing or whispering:
The room buzzed.
to whisper; gossip:
Everyone is buzzing about the scandal.
to move busily from place to place.
Slang. to go; leave (usually followed by off or along):
I'll buzz along now. Tell him to buzz off and leave me alone.
verb (used with object)
to make a buzzing sound with:
The fly buzzed its wings.
to tell or spread (a rumor, gossip, etc.) secretively.
to signal or summon with a buzzer:
He buzzed his secretary.
Informal. to make a phone call to.
  1. to fly a plane very low over:
    to buzz a field.
  2. to signal or greet (someone) by flying a plane low and slowing the motor spasmodically.
have / get a buzz on, Slang. to be slightly intoxicated:
After a few beers they all had a buzz on.

Buzz Example in a sentance

Example Sentences for buzz

It was full of people, and the buzz of business was heard on all sides.

If one of the players forgets to say "Buzz" at the proper time, he is out.

No, we will not write it, lest the flies read it and buzz it into the ears of men.

There was a shimmer as of every colour in the rainbow; and a buzz that could only come from a hive full.

They buzz and are troublesome while they are swarming; but the master will soon hive them.

She'd slap and slap, and not hit me, and I'd buzz and tickle.

They buzz around thee also with their praise: obtrusiveness, is their praise.

But perhaps flies don't know how to laugh, only just to buzz.

They buzz around its white arc-light, or tallow dip, like heedless moths bent on their own destruction.

What a buzz and clack and chatter there was in the room to be sure!

History of Buzz

Word Origin & History

buzz late 15c., echoic of bees and other insects. Aviation sense of "fly low and close" is 1941. Noun meaning "a busy rumor" is attested from c.1600; that of "humming sound" is from 1640s. Meaning "pleasant sense of intoxication" first recorded 1935. The game of counting off, with 7 or multiples of it replaced by buzz is attested from 1864. Buzz off (1914) originally meant "to ring off on the telephone."

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