Buzzes [noun]

Definition of Buzzes:

droning sound

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Sentence/Example of Buzzes:

Perhaps no platform has generated more buzz in 2020 than TikTok, which has been hailed as a “must-have” for a marketer’s toolkit if they want to appeal to not only Gen Zs, but a user that increasingly spans across demographics.

The Brooklyn native, born Bashar Barakah Jackson, was generating a noteworthy buzz shortly before several men broke into the Los Angeles home where he was staying and shot him to death, according to recent arrest reports, in February.

There’s been a lot of buzz around what helps the Instagram algorithm determine which posts deserve each user’s immediate attention and should be therefore placed at the top of the feed.

“Slack is a poor substitute for the sound of ringing typewriters, but nonetheless you start to see the beginnings of that kind of office buzz being recreated,” said Jarvis.

That could allow an elephant to get a buzz from eating a smaller amount of fermented fruit, Melin says.

Instead of the quiet, silent scholars, you would hear a loud and deafening buzz.

Then he pulled himself together with a sharp effort and entered into the conversation that had begun again to buzz round him.

To-day William Bellus really opened the school, for not till he had buried his face in his book did the general buzz begin.

The school buzz died away, and you could hear the ticking of my little clock.

The buzz of excitementespecially from the girls sidewhen Mr. Sharp had ceased speaking, could scarcely be controlled.