1 But she clung to her dull black dresses and her veil, knowing that if she changed them for colors without waiting several more years, the town would buzz even more than it was already buzzing.
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2 Sometimes her sisters seemed far away and tiny and their incoherent voices came to her like the buzz of insects.
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3 But all the previous criticism of her conduct was as nothing compared with the buzz of gossip that now went through the town.
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4 The last part of his speech was lost in a faint sibilant buzz that went through the gathering, an angry beelike buzz.
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5 She began to rip the spangles from the frame, listening absently to the buzz of talk which rose and fell with the coming and going of Miss Haines's active figure.
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6 A buzz of content filled the air.
7 Late at night, a step on the wooden porch, heard through her confusion of sleep; the storm-door opened; fumbling over the inner door-panels; the buzz of the electric bell.
8 There was no sound but the high, singsong buzz of wild bees and the sunny gurgle of the water underneath.
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9 A whizz, a buzz rose from the bird-buzzing, bird-vibrant, bird-blackened tree.
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10 Clifford resented the interference: but he made his engine buzz like a blue-bottle.
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11 Next there could be heard the baritone buzz of a holly tree.
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12 I know that everything was turning round, and the words of the clergyman were just like the buzz of a bee in my ear.
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13 All you hear is buzz, buzz, buzz.
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14 I shall answer for it and not you, and you'd better not buzz about here till you get hurt.
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15 In the noblemen's hall there was an incessant movement and buzz of voices.
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