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Definition of "zephyrs" []

  • A soft or gentle breeze (noun)
  • Any of several delicate soft yarns, fabrics, or garments, usually of wool (noun)
  • Plural form of zephyr. (noun)

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Use "zephyrs" in a sentence
  • "Winds for a long time have borne bad reputations -- except such anemic collateral as are called zephyrs -- but winds, properly speaking, which are big and strong enough to have rough chins and beards coming, have been looked upon as roustabouts."
  • "The "zephyrs" were steady and reliable and in San Pasqual it is an ill wind that doesn't blow somebody a hat."
  • "There was no gale, no moving zephyrs, nothing but a vast quietude of air."
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