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Winds start whipping by the time we wake up Saturday, and it’s still breezy Sunday.

Express forecastForecast in detailYesterday’s wintry feel continues today with another chilly start and breezy day.

Highs on Wednesday are in the breezy mid- to upper 40s, before moderating to the low 50s on Thursday when winds ease a bit.

Despite the sun, breezy northwest winds keep temperatures on the cool side, with highs in the mid- to upper 40s.

Spring is beautiful and full of blooms and breezy weather, while fall brings crisp air and the changing colors of the leaves.

He shimmies, he shakes, he waves his arms, his eyes bug out of his head—all in the service of some wonderfully breezy pop ditties.

A breezy, sensible governor with a prophetic eye on Latin America and the ability to actually get things done?

In September last year she was caught out when changing planes at breezy Brisbane airport.

But the truth is the Seacrests, the Bergerons, and the Deeleys are the personable, breezy diamonds in the awkward, robotic rough.

The 1985 victim, 22-year-old Catherine Costello of Breezy Point, lived despite being run over by the front two cars.

This was the most perfect specimen of the bluff, hearty, breezy, almost ingenuous Westerner that Gwynne had encountered.

"Quite," declared the breezy sergeant, who already had the Italian by the collar and coat-sleeve.

Not a sail, from verge to verge, not a smoke-bank—just a dead and empty solitude, in place of all that brisk and breezy life.

In an hour's time they were all ready and started on their breezy walk.

"I suppose because it is more breezy than the town" replied Helen.


On this page you'll find 95 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to breezy, such as: airy, blustery, gusty, stormy, blowing, and blowy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.