Definitions For Buzz

noun

  • A confusion of activity and gossip
  • Sound of rapid vibration
  • The low, continuous sound made by a flying insect (such as a bee)
  • A low, continuous sound
  • A low sound caused by many people talking at the same time

verb

  • Call with a buzzer
  • Fly low
  • Make a buzzing sound
  • Be noisy with activity
  • To make the low, continuous sound of a flying insect (such as a bee)
  • To make a low, continuous sound
  • To be filled with a low, continuous sound

Is Buzz a Scrabble Word?

Words With Friends YES
Scrabble US YES
Scrabble UK YES
English International (SOWPODS) YES
Scrabble Global YES
Enable1 Dictionary YES

Points in Different Games

Scrabble
24
Words with Friends
26

The word Buzz is worth 24 points in Scrabble and 26 points in Words with Friends

Examples of Buzz in a Sentence

  • Flies were buzzing around the picnic tables.
  • The hall buzzed with excitement as the audience waited for the show to start.
  • My mind is buzzing with ideas.
  • We heard the buzz of the bees as we walked through the garden.
  • When the machine is turned on, it makes a quiet buzz.
  • There was a buzz of voices in the hall as the audience waited for the show to start.

Synonyms for Buzz

Antonyms for Buzz

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