buzz along

buzz along

to move or drive along fast. The cars were buzzing along at a great rate. Traffic is sure buzzing along.
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buzz along

1. in. to depart. Well, I must buzz along.
2. in. to drive or move along rapidly. “You were buzzing along at eighty-two miles per hour,” said the cop.
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Not only can you buzz along with the wind in your hair, or be cosseted in covered cocoon, but you can also slide back or tilt a glass sunroof that is neatly fitted into the roof panel.
Around town the Hyundai can buzz along without a second thought, although you really need to work the five-speed manual gearbox to make an impact on the motorway.
Samsung's upcoming phone has been generating quite the buzz along with Apple's iPhone 6.
These exhibitions help to increase visitor numbers but also create a buzz along North Terrace, especially when the hours are extended into the evening.
The Hype Music site will include interviews, videos and buzz along with reviews and views to provide an educated, inside look at the emerging talent.
Not only can you buzz along with the wind through your hair and complete open-air, or be cosseted in covered caccoon, but you can also slide back or tilt a glass sunroof that is neatly fitted into the roof panel.
Not only can you buzz along with the wind through your hair and complete open-air, or be cosseted in a covered coccoon, but you can also slide back or tilt a glass sunroof that is neatly fitted into the roof panel.
Not only can you buzz along with the wi nd th rough your hair and complete open-air, or be cosseted in a covered coccoon, but you can also slide back or tilt a glass sunroof that is neatly fitted into the roof panel.
The Scot loved every second of it, not least being strapped into a microlight to buzz along his old stomping ground in the Great Glen, between Inverness and Fort William.
TEESSIDERS interested in keeping bees are invited to buzz along to an open meeting on Monday, March 13 at 42 Bolton Avenue, Richmond, starting at 7.
It really keeps life interesting and refreshes you so you can buzz along at top speed at school come Monday.
Similarly, when England play France in their first match of Euro 2004 it is safe to assume the blue, white and red flag will be draped over taxis as they buzz along the Champs Elysees.
The buzz along the cocktail circuit (see, even cocktail parties were hot again) was that anything old was new again - from movies like "Little Women," "Little Princess" and "Sabrina" to cultural icons like Sophia Loren, Jackie Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn.
This year AOL Live presents back-to-back Oscar night programming beginning with People Magazine film critic Leah Rozen as she fills AOL members in on the latest pre-Oscar buzz along with her own expert predictions.
But I feel really in form as a player after my goals for Swansea, and winning the play-off Final and bringing that buzz along.