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breez·y

 (brē′zē)
adj. breez·i·er, breez·i·est
1. Exposed to breezes; windy.
2. Fresh and animated; lively: a breezy prose style.

breez′i·ly adv.
breez′i·ness n.

breezy

(ˈbriːzɪ)
adj, breezier or breeziest
1. fresh; windy: a breezy afternoon.
2. casual or carefree; lively; light-hearted: her breezy nature.
3. lacking substance; light: a breezy conversation.
ˈbreezily adv
ˈbreeziness n

breez•y

(ˈbri zi)

adj. breez•i•er, breez•i•est.
1. abounding in breezes; windy.
2. sprightly; carefree; jauntily casual: a breezy style of writing.
[1710–20]
breez′i•ly, adv.
breez′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.breezy - fresh and animated; "her breezy nature"
lively - full of life and energy; "a lively discussion"; "lively and attractive parents"; "a lively party"
2.breezy - abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezesbreezy - abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes; "blowy weather"; "a windy bluff"
stormy - (especially of weather) affected or characterized by storms or commotion; "a stormy day"; "wide and stormy seas"

breezy

adjective
2. windy, fresh, airy, blustery, blowing, gusty, squally, blowy, blusterous The day was breezy and warm.
windy heavy, calm, oppressive, windless

breezy

adjective
1. Exposed to or characterized by the presence of freely circulating air or wind:
2. Displaying light-hearted nonchalance:
Informal: corky.
Translations
كثيرُ الرِّياحمَرِح، خَفيف الظِّل
svěžívětrnýžoviální
friskluftigrask
hressilegur, glaîværvindasamur
vetristý
neşelirüzgârlışen

breezy

[ˈbriːzɪ] ADJ (breezier (compar) (breeziest (superl)))
1. [day, weather] → de viento; [spot] → desprotegido del viento
it's breezyhace viento
2. [person's manner] (= cheerful) → animado, alegre; (= nonchalant) → despreocupado

breezy

[ˈbriːzi] adj
[day, weather] → venteux/euse
[place] → venteux/euse
(= casual) → désinvolte
(= cheerful) → jovial(e)
bright and breezy [personality] → gai(e); [comedy, style] → enjoué(e)

breezy

adj (+er)
weather, daywindig; corner, spot alsoluftig
manner, personfrisch-fröhlich; melodylocker-leicht

breezy

[ˈbriːzɪ] adj (day, weather) → ventoso/a; (spot) → ventilato/a, ventoso/a; (optimism) → superficiale; (person's manner) → brioso/a, gioviale

breeze

(briːz) noun
a gentle wind. There's a lovely cool breeze today.
ˈbreezy adjective
1. windy. a breezy day.
2. (of people etc) bright, lively. She's always so bright and breezy; a breezy young man.
References in classic literature ?
The rider's breezy hair and erect attitude, there was a suggestion of suddenly arrested motion, of strength, courage, and youthful buoyancy that contrasted sharply with the supine grace of the `DOLCE FAR NIENTE' sketch.
Full of fine spirits, they invariably come from the breezy billows to windward.
Followed through one winding alley and then another, -- and climbing, always climbing -- till at last we gained the breezy height where the huge castle stood.
Very well, we had a delightful trip to Fluelen, on a breezy, sunny day.
While he was deep in his musings, Becky woke up with a breezy little laugh -- but it was stricken dead upon her lips, and a groan followed it.
Whether is it better, I ask, to be a slave in a fool's paradise at Marseilles--fevered with delusive bliss one hour- -suffocating with the bitterest tears of remorse and shame the next- -or to be a village-schoolmistress, free and honest, in a breezy mountain nook in the healthy heart of England?
If we were not perfectly convinced that Hamlet's Father died before the play began, there would be nothing more remarkable in his taking a stroll at night, in an easterly wind, upon his own ramparts, than there would be in any other middle-aged gentleman rashly turning out after dark in a breezy spot -- say Saint Paul's Churchyard for instance -- literally to astonish his son's weak mind.
They climbed the wooded slopes of Parnassus and soon reached its breezy upland valleys; but as the sun was beginning to beat upon the fields, fresh-risen from the slow still currents of Oceanus, they came to a mountain dell.
A short time ago, I was favored with a flying visit from my young friend Eustace Bright, whom I had not before met with since quitting the breezy mountains of Berkshire.
He felt himself riding over the hills in the breezy autumn days, looking after favourite plans of drainage and enclosure; then admired on sombre mornings as the best rider on the best horse in the hunt; spoken well of on market-days as a first-rate landlord; by and by making speeches at election dinners, and showing a wonderful knowledge of agriculture; the patron of new ploughs and drills, the severe upbraider of negligent landowners, and withal a jolly fellow that everybody must like--happy faces greeting him everywhere on his own estate, and the neighbouring families on the best terms with him.
Two men, the one an architect and the other an archaeologist, met on the steps of the great house at Prior's Park; and their host, Lord Bulmer, in his breezy way, thought it natural to introduce them.
The coach was a kind of commodious wagonette, invented by the modernist talent of the courier, who dominated the expedition with his scientific activity and breezy wit.