breeze

01. There is a nice [breeze] today; we should try out our new kite.
02. The cool [breeze] from the water felt good as we lay on the beach.
03. After missing a week of classes, he [breezed] into the room without any explanation.
04. The game was a [breeze]; we won 5 - 0.
05. The sun was shining, and a warm [breeze] was blowing.
06. A strong [breeze] was blowing, so we couldn't play badminton on our outdoor court.
07. This is a great day for sailing; there is a good [breeze] blowing, and the sun is shining.
08. A solar wind is a [breeze] of gas flowing out of the sun and escaping into space.
09. A gentle [breeze] was coming off the ocean.
10. The test was a real [breeze]. Everyone passed without problem.
11. She [breezed] into the office, announced she was quitting and then left.
12. Doing my essays on the computer is a [breeze] now that I know how to type.
13. The Brazilian team [breezed] through the quarterfinals, and are expected to make the finals with little difficulty.
14. We could smell the ocean as the [breeze] came up off the beach.
15. "Have a good weekend everyone," she said [breezily] as she hurried out of her office.
16. There was a cold [breeze] coming off the water, so the girls had to put shirts on over their bikinis.
17. In the famous painting by Botticelli, Venus floats ashore on a shell, blown by a male wind god and a female [breeze].
18. Actor Keanu Reeve's first name means "cool [breeze] over the mountains" in the Hawaiian language.
19. James Dent once suggested that a perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the [breeze] is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawn mower is broken.

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  • Breeze-KM — Breeze (auch Bris/Briz, russisch Бриз für Brise) ist der Name einer Reihe von Oberstufen, die bei mehreren russischen Trägerraketen zum Einsatz kommen. Entwickelt wurde sie durch GKNPZ Chrunitschew. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Breeze K/KM 2 Breeze M 3… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Breeze-M — Breeze (auch Bris/Briz, russisch Бриз für Brise) ist der Name einer Reihe von Oberstufen, die bei mehreren russischen Trägerraketen zum Einsatz kommen. Entwickelt wurde sie durch GKNPZ Chrunitschew. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Breeze K/KM 2 Breeze M 3… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Breeze M — Breeze (auch Bris/Briz, russisch Бриз für Brise) ist der Name einer Reihe von Oberstufen, die bei mehreren russischen Trägerraketen zum Einsatz kommen. Entwickelt wurde sie durch GKNPZ Chrunitschew. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Breeze K/KM 2 Breeze M 3… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Breeze — Breeze, n. [F. brise; akin to It. brezza breeze, Sp. briza, brisa, a breeze from northeast, Pg. briza northeast wind; of uncertain origin; cf. F. bise, Pr. bisa, OHG. bisa, north wind, Arm. biz northeast wind.] 1. A light, gentle wind; a fresh,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Breeze — can refer to: * Sea breeze, an onshore afternoon wind, caused by warm air rising over the land in sunny weather * Breeze or Breeze Card, a stored value smart card used as part of an automated fare collection system in Atlanta, Georgia *… …   Wikipedia

  • Breeze — Breeze, Breeze fly Breeze fly , n. [OE. brese, AS. bri[ o]sa; perh. akin to OHG. brimissa, G. breme, bremse, D. brems, which are akin to G. brummen to growl, buzz, grumble, L. fremere to murmur; cf. G. brausen, Sw. brusa, Dan. bruse, to roar,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Breeze — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Claude Herbert Breeze (* 1938), kanadischer Maler Matthew Breeze (* 1972), australischer Fußballschiedsrichter Breeze ist außerdem die englische Schreibweise für die russische Raketen Oberstufe Bris …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • breeze — breeze1 [brēz] n. [16th c. nautical term brise, prob. (? via Du) < EFris brisen, to blow fresh and strong] 1. a light current of air; wind, esp. a gentle wind 2. [Brit. Informal] commotion or disturbance ☆ 3. Informal a thing easy to do 4.… …   English World dictionary

  • Breeze — Breeze, v. i. To blow gently. [R.] J. Barlow. [1913 Webster] {To breeze up} (Naut.), to blow with increasing freshness. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • breeze up — To freshen into a breeze • • • Main Entry: ↑breeze …   Useful english dictionary

  • Breeze — Breeze, n. [F. braise cinders, live coals. See {Brasier}.] 1. Refuse left in the process of making coke or burning charcoal. [1913 Webster] 2. (Brickmaking) Refuse coal, coal ashes, and cinders, used in the burning of bricks. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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