breeze : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a slight wind (usually refreshing)
the breeze was cooled by the lake
- n any undertaking that is easy to do
- v blow gently and lightly
It breezes most evenings at the shore
- v to proceed quickly and easily
- The site's selection is massive, and browsing is a breeze.
- But when there is no breeze, the city's northern and western hills can easily trap pollution.
- Good news comes like a breeze you feel but don't notice; the markets are up, the air is cleaner, we're beating heart disease.
- Annika SÃ¶renstam in Sydney Morning Herald
In the end, as I walked down the 18th fairway, I felt at peace with myself,Sorenstam said. "I could feel the breeze on my face, and it was just a really comfortable feeling. I saw some players standing behind the 18th green; that gave me a...
- Gillian Anderson in guardian.co.uk
It was a little odd,Anderson told Newsweek for its July 21 issue. "It was more disconcerting than I anticipated. I expected it to be a breeze. But I tried so hard since the series ended to do things as different as possible from the...