Helen Schulman talks about her buzzy new novel that tackles teen sex and the pulse of contemporary New York.
Celebrities flocked to this glamorous and buzzy temple of literature and culture.
This number only gives you a small taste of the fizzy fun of this short-lived, buzzy production.
One new, buzzy option is Upper House, which opened its doors in October.
Unlike CBS, Fox, and ABC, NBC lacks a buzzy tentpole reality franchise.
By the way, buzzy, we're sailing for the Azores day after to-morrow.
"buzzy came over in the 'Lusitania' last year," ventured one of them.
I am fanning myself with my buzzy wings for it is going to be a very hot day.
And, besides, buzzy's a chap any woman might be proud of as a husband.
"I wonder if buzzy's got it into his head to get married," he said reflectively.
giving the user a strong buzz or intoxicated feeling
The Long Island iced tea made him feel quite buzzy.
slang; buzzier, buzziest