Definition of moderate breeze in English:

moderate breeze

Syllabification: mod·er·ate breeze


A wind of force 4 on the Beaufort scale (13-18 miles per hour, or 11-16 knots).
More example sentences
  • The wind began to pick up, first at a moderate breeze, but soon becoming more powerful.
  • Most of the boats up front suddenly found themselves battling against a moderate breeze, while those in the rear had a nice reach to the drop-off point, arriving before the pack.
  • A moderate breeze was forecast in the Trossachs and prospects appeared perfect.

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