It sounds like you are experiencing Tinnitus. That is when you have a constant ringing or buzzing in your ears. You may be getting it as a side effect of medication. High doses of aspirin also causes TINNITUS. Usually, it goes away when you stop taking the meds. Ask your doctor about it. It's not that unusual, but it is maddening!!!!!
There is a buzzing sound from next door.I am buzzing with excitement.
'Buzzing' can be defined as a humming sound. For example: Mosquitoes were buzzing all around us. It can also mean 'be filled with a humming sound' i.e. A buzzing in my ears.
CPU's fan rotates and make buzzing sound.
the mosquitoes buzzing are deadly in my ears! not sure!
The word 'buzzing' is an adjective, a verb, and a noun. The word buzzing is the present participle of the verb 'to buzz'. The present participle is also an adjective and a gerund (verbal noun). Examples:Adjective: I hear a buzzing sound.Verb: The sun is shinning, the bees are buzzing, it's a fine summer day.Noun: That buzzing is very distracting.
Mullen oil is good for buzzing in the ear.
The buzzing sound made by insects is the result of wing movement. The faster the wings move, the louder the buzzing sound.
The buzzing sound of bees is caused by their wings flapping.
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bees and mosquitoes make a large buzzing sound by flapping there wings super fast thats how they make a buzzing sound.
Both bees and mosquitoes make the buzzing noises with their wings. Their wings are moving at such a high rate of speed that it makes the vibrations and buzzing sounds.
Because their wings move so fast that it creates a buzzing noise
No, a buzzing is a concrete noun, a word something that can be heard, a physical sound.
The wings flapping very fast causes the buzzing sound of bees and wasps.
Cicadas (most of the family of cicadas make loud buzzing noises)
Their wings cause the buzzing sound so the only time the're not buzzing is when they aren't flying, and if you were to cut of their wings! Hmm...... maybe I should try that, JK! - Dogluva21
that would be the wings, like all flying insects that make a buzzing sound.
Bag pipes and crumhorns have an enclosed reed and produce a buzzing sound.
Buzzing can be derived from buzz, an onomatopoeia for the sound, for example, a bee makes. Buzzing would thus be the present progressive of buzz, meaning it is currently taking place. Also, buzzing can mean something is popular and making a name for itself, like the more commonly used term 'trending'.