Definition of buzzy
1 : making a buzz : filled with a buzz
3 informal : causing or characterized by a lot of speculative or excited talk or attention : generating buzz (see 2buzz 4c) 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
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