Associations to the word «Breeze»
BREEZE, noun. A gadfly; a horsefly.
BREEZE, noun. A strong-bodied dipterous insect of the family Tabanidae.
BREEZE, verb. (intransitive) To buzz.
BREEZE, noun. A light, gentle wind.
BREEZE, noun. Any activity that is easy, not testing or difficult.
BREEZE, noun. (cricket) Wind blowing across a cricket match, whatever its strength.
BREEZE, noun. Ashes and residue of coal or charcoal, usually from a furnace. See Wikipedia article on Clinker.
BREEZE, noun. An excited or ruffled state of feeling; a flurry of excitement; a disturbance; a quarrel.
BREEZE, verb. (usually with along) To move casually, in a carefree manner.
BREEZE, verb. (weather) To blow gently.
BREEZE, verb. To take a horse under a light run in order to understand the running characteristics of the horse and to observe it while under motion.
BREEZE UP, verb. (nautical) To blow with increasing freshness.
BREEZE, noun. A slight wind (usually refreshing); "the breeze was cooled by the lake"; "as he waited he could feel the air on his neck".
BREEZE, noun. Any undertaking that is easy to do; "marketing this product will be no picnic".
BREEZE, verb. Blow gently and lightly; "It breezes most evenings at the shore".
BREEZE, verb. To proceed quickly and easily.
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