breeziness


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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.breeziness - a mildly windy state of the air
storminess - the state of being stormy; "he dreaded the storminess of the North Atlantic in winter"
2.breeziness - a breezy liveliness; "a delightful breeziness of manner"
sprightliness, liveliness, spirit, life - animation and energy in action or expression; "it was a heavy play and the actors tried in vain to give life to it"
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breeziness

n (fig)frisch-fröhliche Art
References in classic literature ?
Nevertheless his usual breeziness of manner had not altogether deserted him.
Inevitably, therefore, he is careless and slipshod, but some of his portrayals of sturdy English men and women and of romantic adventure (as in 'The Fair Maid of the West') are of refreshing naturalness and breeziness.
said Lord Dawlish, with a sort of sheepish breeziness.
Within the span of a 30-minute conversation, Rotchford, the executive vice president in capital markets for Cushman and Wakefield, discussed complex financial instruments, like total return swaps and preferred leverage, with a breeziness more appropriate for a Sunday brunch conversation about the Mets.
Norris's writing style has a breeziness that makes all of this material go down easily.
And that style, which she devoted to her debut album on the Kalan and Double Moon labels, "YaE-amak: To Live with the Words of Nazym Hikmet" (with her own songs and two by ZE-lfE- Livaneli), captures the same wistful breeziness that belies a painful undercurrent, such as the opening words of "YaE-amak" -- "to live, to live like a tree.
When I was in the sleep-deprived chaotic throes of first-time motherhood and she took a call from me, she 'just knew' I was having a bad day despite my (false) breeziness.
The Met Office has confirmed that South Wales can expect rain, heavy at times, with some torrential downpours and breeziness before brightening from this afternoon.
The unforced breeziness about the melodies masquerades as simplicity.
Catherine Stornetta directs the inspired Robert Lopez score (itself a deserving Tony winner) with the kind of breeziness that perfectly complements the show's even-handed tone.
Ferguson, a Scotland native who teaches history at Harvard and is a research fellow at Oxford University, lays out his observations and arguments with an erudition that is enviable in its breeziness, sweep and confidence.