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Definition of: breeze

(brēz) noun
1. A moderate current of air; a gentle wind. See BEAUFORT SCALE.
2. Brit. Colloq. A flutter of excitement; agitation; disturbance.
3. A vague rumor; whisper. See synonyms under WIND.
4. Slang Ease; facility: The horse won in a breeze.
v. i. breezed, breez·ing

1. To blow moderately; begin to blow: It's breezing up.
2. Slang To go or proceed quickly and blithely.
—to breeze in
Slang To enter in an airy, vivacious manner.
—to breeze up
To spring up, as a wind; also, to grow stronger.
[<Sp. and Pg. brisa, briza northeast wind]

Definition of: breeze

(brēz) noun
A gadfly or a botfly. [OE breosa gadfly]

Definition of: breeze

(brēz) noun Brit.
Refuse cinders, small coke, or fine coal used in burning bricks in a kiln. [?<Fbraise hot embers]

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summer breeze
cool breeze
gulf breeze
daily breeze
styles breeze
point breeze
fresh breeze
ocean breeze
breeze florida
jody breeze
spring breeze
light breeze
e breeze
breeze remix
gentle breeze

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