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Use "buzzy" in a sentence
"I “woke up” feeling really relaxed, like I had just had a facial, kind of buzzy and happy."
"The term 'urban exploration' has a kind of buzzy-architecture student-elitist feel to it, as does framing the activity as a 'movement' as some urban landscape theorists and writers do."
"Friday 8th Buttolph, buttocks … Our pet theory-that New York Times restaurant critic Biff ( "One Star") Grimes went on hiatus to sulk about his section's "buzzy" hire of Nigella Lawson - is blown to smithereens!"