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buzz

Drug slang
noun A regional term for mild intoxication.

Vox populi
Onomatopoeia meaning to make a low, continuous, sibilant sound, as a bee with its wings.
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STAR STRUCK: Nigel Graham, of Washington, was buzzed off Britain's Got Talent
A swarm of bees that caused a stir by settling on traffic lights in the capital have buzzed off for a quieter life in the countryside.
But the winged invader buzzed off as Patten tried to swat it.
Ms Czikai of Sutton Coldfield, near Birmingham, got buzzed off in the auditions by Simon Cowell and Piers Morgan within the first three words of You Raise Me Up.