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Definition of "breezed" []

  • A gentle or light wind (noun)
  • A wind of force two to six inclusive on the Beaufort scale (noun)
  • An easy task or state of ease (noun)
  • A disturbance, esp a lively quarrel (noun)
  • To move quickly or casually (verb)
  • (of wind) to blow (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of breeze. (verb)

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Use "breezed" in a sentence
  • "This term breezed past the 30-goal mark for the first time."
  • "Tom Martin breezed through the eighth and Gagne needed just 14 pitches to tie Gordon's record."
  • "Logan told Esquire that the Egyptian government had dispensed with standard procedure and started using checkpoints that foreign journalists usually "breezed" through to interrogate them."