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Definition of "buzzily" [buzzily]

  • In a buzzy manner. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "buzzily" in a sentence
  • "That's certainly true of Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg), a socially maladroit Harvard sophomore computer nerd who, in the opening scene of the film, buzzily delineates his single-minded quest to be recruited by one of Harvard's elite social clubs, over beers with his girlfriend (the protean Rooney Mara)."
  • "Dad's voice sounded strange in the earpiece, like the buzzily magnified voice of an insect."
  • "I came by the position honestly, I assure you: after my tirade the other day about the vital importance of good lighting in a midwinter writing space, the proverbial bee seems to have remained in my bonnet, buzzily nagging — nay, demanding — that I move my studio to the brightest room in the house in genteel protest of the notorious darkness of a Seattle winter and the news in the last few issues of Publishers Weekly."