Definition of light breeze in English:

light breeze

Syllabification: light breeze


A wind of force 2 on the Beaufort scale (4-6 knots or 4.5-7 mph).
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  • At 11 we got a light breeze from the Southward, the boats came along side, and were hoisted up, the Ship having too much way to keep them ahead, The Enemy still in chase, and very near.
  • Shown below is Wind Time Line bar and below that images of young Salix babylonica affected by light breeze, moderate breeze, and moderate gale, respectively.

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