fresh breeze

noun

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

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web There was a fresh breeze, and every part of the surface, which during the day is seen as foam, now glowed with a pale light. . . . Grrlscientist, Forbes, 11 July 2022 This set from Deiji studios is perfect for the warmer months, made out of French linen that keeps you covered but allows for a fresh breeze throughout the night. Anna Tingley, Variety, 8 Apr. 2022 Spring has dawned and barren trees will soon start budding, a sure sign of greener views and windows opened to let in a fresh breeze. Karl Schneider, The Indianapolis Star, 22 Mar. 2022 These days, however, a fresh breeze is billowing through golf’s fusty clubhouse. New York Times, 1 July 2021 The spa is open air, cantilevered over the rainforest with a fresh breeze and the sound of the trickling spring below. Kimberly Wilson, Essence, 16 Mar. 2021 In the meantime a thaw arrives this week with 4 days above freezing; a fresh breeze carving out a few sunny breaks. Star Tribune, 9 Jan. 2021 What better therapy to clear the mind of ideological fixations, and to let in the fresh breeze of real life, than contemplating animals and their humble lot? Matthew Scully, National Review, 4 Oct. 2020 Finish up by opening windows for a fresh breeze or two. Sandra Gutierrez G., Popular Science, 6 Sep. 2020 See More

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Word History

First Known Use

1806, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of fresh breeze was in 1806

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Cite this Entry

“Fresh breeze.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fresh%20breeze. Accessed 9 Dec. 2022.

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