[ UK /ɐbˈʌz/ ]
[ US /əˈbəz/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. noisy like the sound of a bee
    the room was abuzz over the latest scandal
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How To Use abuzz In A Sentence

  • All this has bond markets and bankers abuzz, though they're easily excited. Federal Reserve Considers Whether to Twist Again
  • The incident has had the nation abuzz - who kidnapped Dacer and why? - and is one more headache for the embattled President Joseph Estrada, currently mired in an impeachment trial.
  • The township stayed abuzz after the game as Chiefs' supporters sounded their car hooters in celebration of their team's victory.
  • In this season, whenever Antonina crossed the park on her way to the trolley stop, church or market, she walked through corridors thickly scented by linden flowers and abuzz with half-truths -- in local slang, lipa also meant white lies. ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’
  • Within minutes of the Giants' defeat, Twitter was abuzz with sarcastic thank you notes for Big Blue. Raise Your Hand If You Had Seattle
  • The entire area was abuzz with various sounds in the air, such as leaves rustling in the wind, birds chirping, insects humming, and the distinct sound of flowing water.
  • Given this understanding, the British people feel little burden in keeping the Corner abuzz with speeches.
  • Everyone abuzz about the bilby stamp, the latest stomach virus.
  • Clathrins, located at the tips of microtubules, are truncated icosahedra, abuzz with golden ratios. Jane Chafin: Andy Warhol, Killer of Art? / Small Books, Big Ideas
  • Meanwhile, the internet gambling sector was abuzz with regulatory activity. Times, Sunday Times
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