Definition of gentle breeze in English:

gentle breeze

Syllabification: gen·tle breeze


  • A light wind of force 3 on the Beaufort scale (7-10 knots or 8-12 mph).
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    • The constituent parts must be sufficiently thin and light to allow a gentle breeze to stir them.
    • With blue skies and a gentle breeze out of the south-east, we slipped past wooded islands, large and small.
    • Choose your wind chimes according to the varying wind speeds - from a gentle breeze to a raging storm.

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