Examples of breezy in a Sentence
I enjoy the author's breezy style.
She listened to their complaints with breezy indifference.
Recent Examples of breezy from the Web
A striped matching set is easy and breezy for relaxing at an Independence Day barbecue.
Hermès extended its windbreaker into something resembling a breezy, knee-length topcoat, while Valentino popped blue-leather and pink-nylon panels onto its entry.
Large windows bookend one end of the living area, while a custom door system that folds open to the backyard turns the kitchen into an indoor/outdoor space for enjoying breezy days and cool nights.
For night time, I am obsessed with Ilana Ariel's geometric earrings—perfect for anchoring the breezy look of flowy sundresses.
The breezy two-story space is ideal for an IPA or three and a game of Sorry! (even if some pieces are missing).
John Slattery makes a rather blithe Eisenhower, though perhaps that’s just how Brits see Americans, as breezy and shallow.
Sparks are palpable each time the graceful Gadot and breezy Pine share a scene.
Glenview's 2017 Memorial Day parade and ceremony took place Monday under blue skies at a breezy 72 degrees.
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First Known Use of breezy
BREEZY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of breezy for English Language Learners
: having strong winds
: informal and lively
: relaxed in a way that shows you are not concerned about or interested in something
BREEZY Defined for Kids
Definition of breezy for Students
1 : somewhat windy
2 : lively and somewhat carefree a breezy reply
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