Thesaurus / balmy

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On a balmy August morning in Emanuel County in eastern Georgia, hundreds of children bounded off freshly cleaned school buses and out of their parents’ cars.
The entire industry was benefiting from a balmy climate where relatively few car, credit card, or small-business loans were going into default, a benefit that countered the drag of low rates and brought one of the best runs in banking history.
The planet has become a scorched and acidic wasteland today, but researchers suspect it hosted balmy oceans for billions of years in its early history—roughly ten times longer than Mars did.
High carbon dioxide in the atmosphere alone wouldn’t have been enough to keep the region balmy so close to the pole.
The air came with balmy freshness to my anxious, feverish brow.
ERNEST LINWOODCAROLINE LEE HENTZ
It was a bright, moonlight night, and we stood there leaning over the railing enjoying the smooth sea and balmy summer night air.
GOSPEL DOCTRINEJOSEPH F. SMITH
She felt almost as if the balmy sunlight were some joy-giving fluid to be drunk like wine.
THE HILLS OF REFUGEWILL N. HARBEN
The quickening power within pictured to them bright sunshine, refreshing showers and warm, balmy nights.
It was a beautiful day in May, the air so balmy and delicious that it was a luxury to breathe it.
The air was balmy, charged with the odors of fresh vegetation; they had drunk the most delicious wines.

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