rolling buzz

rolling buzz

1. A prolonged, low murmur or droning sound. There was a rolling buzz in the audience which gave way to applause as they finally raised the curtain.
2. A prolonged, mild euphoria resulting from intoxication by alcohol or drugs. I did four shots of vodka with my energy drink so I would have a rolling buzz throughout the flight. Smoking that joint gave me a rolling buzz all day.
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rolling buzz

n. a long-lasting drug high. (Drugs.) That stuff will give you a rolling buzz without putting you to sleep.
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