fresh breeze


Definition of fresh breeze

: wind having a speed of 19 to 24 miles per hour (30 to 39 kilometers per hour) — see Beaufort Scale Table

Examples of fresh breeze in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Finish up by opening windows for a fresh breeze or two. Sandra Gutierrez G., Popular Science, "The five smells Americans hate most (and how to get rid of them)," 6 Sep. 2020 With that said, area lawns and gardens are a bit waterlogged at the moment, but bright skies and a fresh breeze will help get the drying process started today. Paul Douglas, Star Tribune, "Much calmer weekend ahead, with sun and less humidity," 15 Aug. 2020 Except on one of my several visits, the fish had clear, clean flavors, like a fresh breeze. Carol Deptolla, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Hungry Sumo gives sushi lovers a big welcome in Bay View," 29 May 2018

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First Known Use of fresh breeze

1846, in the meaning defined above

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19 Sep 2020

Cite this Entry

“Fresh breeze.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 26 Sep. 2020.

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