Definition of breezy in English:

breezy

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Pronunciation: /ˈbriːzi
 
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adjective (breezier, breeziest)

1Pleasantly windy: it was a bright, breezy day
More example sentences
  • I mean, it was slightly windy and breezy a moment ago.
  • He usually works in this breezy location, which, unfortunately, he cannot afford to connect to the electricity grid.
  • Buy charcoal to take advantage of campsite grills, and bring a warm layer for evenings that can drop to a breezy 60 degrees.
Synonyms
windy, fresh, brisk, airy; blowy, blustery, gusty
rare blusterous, boisterous
2Appearing relaxed, informal, and cheerily brisk: the text is written in a breezy matter-of-fact manner
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  • Her tone was breezy and carefree, pushing him towards the office door.
  • We hope you enjoy what is designed to be an easy, breezy feature.
  • This is an ugly movie - which kind of detracts from the breezy, sunny tone it strives for.
Synonyms
jaunty, cheerful, cheery, brisk, airy, carefree, free and easy, easy, easy-going, casual, relaxed, informal, light-hearted, lively, spirited, buoyant, sparkling, animated, vivacious, frisky, sprightly, sunny, full of the joys of spring; nonchalant, insouciant, without a care in the world
literary blithe, blithesome
dated gay

Derivatives

breezily

adverb
More example sentences
  • The result is a farce that manages to be breezily hilarious and thought-provoking at the same time.
  • ‘You have to clean your desk to get back to work,’ he remarks breezily.
  • ‘Not your fault,’ Lynn said, breezily waving a hand.

breeziness

noun
More example sentences
  • Rembrandt adopted a more realistic approach in his etchings where the breeziness of the landscape is strikingly accurate.
  • ‘Thank you,’ said Dan, with laboured breeziness.
  • It's troubling to think that this show, despite its silliness, accurately reflects a breeziness in our culture.

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