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Meantime, tea-making on that breezy eminence was no easy matter.

David Macy's house stood on the spur of a breezy upland at the end of a road.

Seventy breezy miles a day were written in his very whiskers.

It was a breezy June afternoon, with the young summer at its freshest and lustiest.

It was a sparkling, breezy day, and the forest was full of life.

The breezy irony of the dalesfolk did not spare the old man's bent head.

Nelly caught it up and held it on the breezy side of the flickering match.

The night was clear, starlit and breezy after the hot September day.

A breezy story of a newspaper despatch boat, in the war with Spain.

Hence the wholesomeness of tone and the breezy freshness of his work.

WORD ORIGIN

1718, from breeze (n.) + -y (2). Figurative sense "fresh, easygoing, light, airy" is from 1870. Related: Breezily; breeziness.

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