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Definition of "breezes" []

  • 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)
  • Plural form of breeze. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of breeze. (verb)

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Use "breezes" in a sentence
  • "But 10-15 mph breezes from the northwest chill us all day long, limiting highs to near 50 or in the low 50s with partly sunny skies and the chance of an isolated shower."
  • "Cool breezes from the north, variable cloud cover, and even the chance of brief showers conclude the work week."
  • "Chilly weather continues with low-to-mid 60s today slightly cooled by breezes from the northwest at 5-10 mph."