Definition of abuzz
: filled or resounding with or as if with a buzzing sound a lake abuzz with outboards; especially : filled with talk or excitement an office abuzz with rumors a town abuzz with anticipation of the big game
Examples of abuzz in a Sentence
the classroom was abuzz with preparations for that evening's open house for the parents
Recent Examples of abuzz from the Web
Amazon’s proposed acquisition of Whole Foods is its latest move that has set the media, and those who fret about monopoly, abuzz about the possibility that the company will, in fact, own the world, or at least the profitable parts of it.
But for now, the eclipse zone is abuzz with anticipation.
In response to Taylor’s video, Twitter has been abuzz with Swifties who think this is a sign that #TS6, Taylor’s follow-up to 1989, is coming sooner than later.
From his hundred-year-old farmhouse and apiary in Turlock, former Democratic congressional candidate Michael Eggman has been abuzz with election plans.
The community has been abuzz about the impending move of Idaho’s giant sequoia, slated to take place over the weekend.
Fans were abuzz on social media over the possibility.
Yet, my mind was still abuzz with endorphin-inducing awe.
The internet has been abuzz with discussions on the hubbub surrounding the testimony.
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ABUZZ Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of abuzz for English Language Learners
: filled with excited talk about something
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