Any of various soft light fabrics, yarns, or garments.(noun)
Something that is airy, insubstantial, or passing.(noun)
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Use "zephyr" in a sentence
"Surges of energy, kaleidoscopic sunlight through the leaves, the soft breeze that makes me want to say the word "zephyr" -- this mindless simplicity can be called happiness."
"With these nine figures, and with the sign 0 which the Arabs call zephyr, any number whatsoever is written, as will be demonstrated."
"Another thing they've talked about putting into place is a software program they're calling zephyr which will allow parents to see if their child has a MySpace profile and see what age their child is claiming to be."