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breezy

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of breezy

  1. 1 having a relaxed, casual manner <a breezy tour guide who remains completely unfazed no matter what the mishap> Synonyms affable, easygoing, devil-may-care, happy-go-lucky, laid-back, low-pressure, mellowRelated Words carefree, casual, dégagé, lackadaisical, nonchalant, unaffected, unconcerned, unfussy, unperturbed, untroubled, unworried; familiar, informal; flexible, lax, lenient, permissive, pliable, pliant, soft; accessible, approachable; imperturbable, nerveless, unflappable, unshakable; amicable, companionable, comradely, cordial, genial, hail-fellow-well-met, hearty, neighborly, warm, warmheartedNear Antonyms ceremonious, decorous, formal, rigid, strict; anxious, bothered, distressed, worried; jittery, jumpy, nervous, skittish, tenseAntonyms high-strung, uptight

  2. 2 marked by strong wind or more wind than usual <a breezy day usually finds the waters of the bay studded with sail> Synonyms blowy, blustery, {h,1}windy, gusty, squallyRelated Words drafty; stormy, tempestuousNear Antonyms breathless, calm, motionless, still

  3. 3 open to the free circulation of air <let's sit on the front porch; it's breezier there> Synonyms airy, ventilatedRelated Words atmosphered, ventedNear Antonyms close, stifling, suffocatingAntonyms breathless, stuffy, unventilated




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