breezeless


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breezeless

(ˈbriːzlɪs)
adj
without a breeze; windless
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breezeless

adjective
Marked by an absence of circulating air:
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It is a quiet noon-scene among the isles of the Pacific; a French whaler anchored, inshore, in a calm, and lazily taking water on board; the loosened sails of the ship, and the long leaves of the palms in the background, both drooping together in the breezeless air.
I sat down in the window-seat, rested my arm on the sill, and leaned out: above me was the clear-obscure of a cloudless night sky --splendid moonlight subdued the tremulous sparkle of the stars --below lay the garden, varied with silvery lustre and deep shade, and all fresh with dew--a grateful perfume exhaled from the closed blossoms of the fruit-trees--not a leaf stirred, the night was breezeless.
Over several breezeless hours, smoke settled into the canyons and dry river beds, complicating visibility for the helicopters making drops to the north and west of the city.
Still, much of what happened to Gray on the cool, partly cloudy and breezeless morning of April 12 remains a mystery.
It turns out that deep, dark, breezeless caves can act like massive belly buttons, and in famous, frequently visited caves, those pieces of fiber, fabric, hair, skin cells, dust, and dirt can accumulate.
A new battery that relies on cheap organic molecules could help stockpile energy from intermittent sources such as solar and wind power for use on cloudy or breezeless days.
You will remain forever young for all of us who graced your exhibit hall and breathed your breezeless, antiseptic air.
It was late August and there were long breezeless days.
Instead,/this voice is breezeless all the chimes are still.
Just as crews were relaxing into the breezeless sunny day, a lovely light east nor-easterly wind, averaging seven to eight knots, wafted up the harbour, giving the fleet a pleasant spinnaker ride back on the shortened course Thompson had called for, given the circumstances.
As hundreds of thousands of Palestinian refugees cough and slow-bake while inhaling rancid camp air in Lebanon's sweltering breezeless heat, the White House has now sent Lebanon's Parliament a message.
We tried a morning visit a week ago, but on a breezeless day it was too hot even by 11am and we had to retreat to the airconditioned comfort of home, which is thankfully just around the corner.