Synonyms for buzzed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BUZZED
Our town, as may be imagined, buzzed with transcendent gossip on the morrow.
Ned buzzed by, picked up two of the thugs, and hauled them off to the cells.
Upon this last a cloud of natives and summer folk swarmed and buzzed.
There was not a village of log-houses but buzzed with its own miracle.
Jimmy's head just buzzed with thoughts as he ran to the police-station.
But on the other side of that netting they buzzed in an angry grey cloud.
The fly must have buzzed between me and one of the occupants of the outer laboratory.
"The flowers want you to come into the garden," buzzed the bee.
They buzzed in the road, for a few minutes, and then came back to work.
One teacher in St. Cloud had buzzed frightfully about these minutiæ.
late 15c., echoic of bees and other insects. Aviation sense of "fly low and close" is by 1941 (see buzz (n.)). Related: Buzzed; buzzing. Buzz off (1914) originally meant "to ring off on the telephone," from the use of buzzers to signal a call or message on old systems. As a command, it originally would have been telling someone to get off the line.