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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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In Piedmont, I was buzzed off the road by a woman in a police car, and I was going the speed limit,'' DeLong said.
We dutifully bought a lawn mower and buzzed off the bluegrass for a year or two until an encounter with a dynamic Wisconsonite convinced us that we could enjoy country living without moving from town.
BRITAIN'S Got Talent would get four Xs and be buzzed off air if anyone heard the judges between auditions, Simon Cowell says.