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adjective breezy pronunciation in American English /ˈbrizi/
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adjectivebreezy
comparativebreezier
superlativebreeziest
  1. 1
    with a lot of light wind

    a breezy spot by the ocean

  2. 2
    lively, confident, and informal

    With a breezy laugh, she said she didn’t mind at all.

    She gave a bright breezy smile as she came in.

    a breezy essay for the paper

    1. a.
      used in a negative way for saying that someone is too informal and not careful enough

      a breezy attitude toward work

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