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buzzing

slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really buzzing!
See also: buzz

buzzing

mod. drunk. Sally was buzzing after only a few drinks.
See also: buzz
References in classic literature ?
"That's where the Buzzing in my head first began," said Mrs.
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.
If these plugs get loose, the intermittent contact causes an off-and-on buzzing in the headsets.
Basically it's a be e's wings and part of its breathing apparatus, called spiracle s, whi ch contribute to the buzzing sound.
Buzzing is now recognised as the increasingly popular practice of recruiting volunteers to try products, then sending them out into the world to talk up their experiences with the people they meet.