breezier breezier


  1. (adj) fresh and animated
  2. (adj) abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes



  1. In the '30s that man was Gary Grant, a spirit as blithe as Hepburn's and a lot breezier.
  2. That's fine for Pixar films, the natural avatars of the Disney classic tradition, but it doesn't suit the breezier DreamWorks burlesques.
  3. Lemuel Pitkin, whose story begins in typical Alger surroundings, with a widowed mother, a mortgaged New England house and a villainous lawyer, quickly passes on to breezier events.



  1. As the afternoon wave of starters began their second rounds, Westwood said he was happy with his score if not his performance."It was a bit breezier than I thought it was going to be this morning," the Worksop golfer said. "The wind got up a...
    on Apr 2, 2010 By: Lee Westwood Source: The Guardian

  2. "I'm pretty happy," said Matthew, who had top 10 finishes in the first two majors this year. "It was much breezier today and that made it difficult. But it's certainly proving to be a good year in the majors."
    on Jul 1, 2007 By: Catriona Matthew Source:

  3. "There's been a lot of door-to-door 16-hour days," said Butler, "but just by the nature of what we do, you laugh a lot. ...... It's breezier. And I'm not spending all this extra time doing gun training. But by the same token, you miss the...
    on Aug 30, 2009 By: Gerard Butler Source: New York Daily News

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