Definition of buzzy
- Small breweries went public at buzzy highs a couple of years back. Investors sobered up after the outfits overexpanded. Their stocks have tanked.
- —Shailaja Neelakantan, Forbes, 28 July 1997
- The term foodie was coined in the early 1980s, at about the same time Wolfgang Puck began serving gourmet pizzas at his buzzy Spago restaurant in Los Angeles.
- —Lisa Abend, Time, 21 June 2010
- Long known for churning out hilarious pop culture parodies, Sesame Street now leaks spoofs of buzzy shows like Mad Men and True Blood online before they air …
- —Tanner Stransky, Entertainment Weekly, 8 Oct. 2010