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breezybreez‧y /ˈbriːzi/ adjective  1 HAPPYa breezy person is happy, confident, and relaxed a breezy and relaxed air of confidence2 DNif the weather is breezy, the wind blows quite stronglybreezily adverb
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breezyThe local newspaper called his speech breezy.The side pockets can be filled with sand and pebbles to anchor the tent if it's breezy.She's a woman with a lot of breezy charm.Flying this kite among the otherwise conventional swept wings on a breezy day was initially eerie.Her tone so far was breezy, no mention of his behavior at the Conch.Almost all the boys are wearing jams and big breezy shirts; so are the few stout girls.Although Levin sometimes goes overboard with jokes, his breezy, slightly irreverent tone is a welcome one.Summer's approach spelt out in a breezy spin on Paisley.
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