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buzzworthy Line breaks: buzz|worthy
Pronunciation: /ˈbʌzwəːði/

Definition of buzzworthy in English:

adjective

informal, chiefly North American
Likely to arouse the interest and attention of the public, either by media coverage or word of mouth: four of this year’s most buzzworthy young stars the year was full of buzzworthy red carpet fashion moments
More example sentences
  • She frequents sleek and buzzworthy bars with her girlfriends.
  • A week ago one of the most buzzworthy web ventures out there pulled the plug on itself and merged with another site.
  • Maybe it's lacking a certain scandalous, over-the-top flair that people find intriguing and buzzworthy.

Origin

1980s: from buzz (sense 2 of the noun) and -worthy.

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