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Buzzy vs Busy - What's the difference?

buzzy | busy |


As adjectives the difference between buzzy and busy

is that buzzy is having a buzzing sound while busy is crowded with business or activities; having a great deal going on.

As a verb busy is

to make somebody busy , to keep busy with, to occupy, to make occupied.

As a noun busy is

a police officer.

Dizzy vs Buzzy - What's the difference?

dizzy | buzzy |


As adjectives the difference between dizzy and buzzy

is that dizzy is having a sensation of whirling, with a tendency to fall; giddy; feeling unbalanced or lightheaded while buzzy is having a buzzing sound.

As a verb dizzy

is to make dizzy, to bewilder.

Guzzy vs Buzzy - What's the difference?

guzzy | buzzy |


As a noun guzzy

is (archaic|india) a kind of coarse cotton cloth.

As an adjective buzzy is

having a buzzing sound.

Bezzy vs Buzzy - What's the difference?

bezzy | buzzy |


As adjectives the difference between bezzy and buzzy

is that bezzy is (informal|uk|of a friend) best while buzzy is having a buzzing sound.

As a noun bezzy

is (informal|uk) best friend.

Buzzy vs Muzzy - What's the difference?

buzzy | muzzy |


As adjectives the difference between buzzy and muzzy

is that buzzy is having a buzzing sound while muzzy is (dialect|northern england) hazy]], indistinct, blurred, [[unfocused|unfocussed.

As a noun muzzy is

(slang|offensive) a muslim.

Buzzy vs Fuzzy - What's the difference?

buzzy | fuzzy |


As adjectives the difference between buzzy and fuzzy

is that buzzy is having a buzzing sound while fuzzy is covered with fuzz or a large number of tiny loose fibres like a carpet or many stuffed animals mentioned in the popular nursery rhyme fuzzy wuzzy was a bear .

As a noun fuzzy is

an individual flake of fuzzies.

Buzziness vs Buzzy - What's the difference?

buzziness | buzzy | Derived terms |

Buzziness is a derived term of buzzy.


As a noun buzziness

is the state or condition of being buzzy.

As an adjective buzzy is

having a buzzing sound.

Buzzily vs Buzzy - What's the difference?

buzzily | buzzy | Derived terms |

Buzzily is a derived term of buzzy.


As an adverb buzzily

is in a buzzy manner.

As an adjective buzzy is

having a buzzing sound.

Buzz vs Buzzy - What's the difference?

buzz | buzzy |


In informal|lang=en terms the difference between buzz and buzzy

is that buzz is (informal) a telephone call while buzzy is (informal) being the subject of cultural buzz.

As a noun buzz

is a continuous, humming noise, as of bees; a confused murmur, as of general conversation in low tones.

As a verb buzz

is to make a low, continuous, humming or sibilant sound, like that made by bees with their wings.

As an adjective buzzy is

having a buzzing sound.