buzzing


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buzzing

mod. drunk. Sally was buzzing after only a few drinks.
See also: buzz
References in classic literature ?
all together, all at the same time, all out of temper, all buzzing in my poor head like forty thousand million bees -- don't tell the captain
As sure as ever I sit down to this book the Buzzing in my head begins again.
We don't know where they are coming from, but they are here,'' La Mesa Junior High School Principal Rochelle Neal said of the buzzing insects.
The bees are especially abundant at lunchtime, buzzing over trash cans, sandwiches and soft drinks.
In tests on a nightshade flower, buzzing threw out pollen with about 30 times the acceleration due to Earth's gravity, Buchmann reports.
People are buzzing about buzzing," says Wharton marketing professor Barbara Kahn who adds, along with others, that word-of-mouth marketing has long been recognized as a way to influence consumer behavior.