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Use "buzzers" in a sentence
"Inveterate "buzzers" -- those who had been called out two or three times -- had not only to face the school with props in their mouths but to mount and stand on top of the master's desk."
"It wasn't painful, but it was an odd, unexpected feeling -- perhaps you've come across the "buzzers" that novelty stores sell which, concealed in the palm, give a sudden, surprising tingle when the owner shakes hands with an unsuspecting friend."
"And then, picture the bustle at the different headquarters, the stir amongst the signalers, the frantic pipings of the telephone "buzzers," the sharp calls."