buzzworthy

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adjective buzz·wor·thy \ˈbəz-ˌwər-thē\
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buzz–worthy

Definition of buzzworthy

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  1. :  new and interesting in a way that attracts or deserves widespread talk or attention :  worthy of buzz (see 2buzz 4c) Brooks Brothers must remain comfortable and safe for older customers while becoming buzzworthy enough to entice the young. — Nelson D. Schwartz, Fortune, 7 Sept. 1998 … consider whether … he wants to waste his time on political commentary that is unlikely ever to be buzzworthy. — Michelle Cottle, New Republic, 30 Aug. 2004 As chairman of 20th Century Fox Television, Gary Newman oversees some of the most buzz-worthy TV shows on the air … — Wine Spectator, 30 June 2010

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1980

First Known Use of buzzworthy

1980


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