What is another word for breeze through?

320 synonyms found


[ bɹˈiːz θɹˈuː], [ bɹˈiːz θɹˈuː], [ b_ɹ_ˈiː_z θ_ɹ_ˈuː]

Synonyms for Breeze through:

How to use "Breeze through" in context?

Breeze through is a term used to describe how a temporary wind change feels. Winds that are coming from the east or the south are often referred to as breezes, because they cause a feeling of cool air blowing through the user's hair or clothes.

The cool air can be refreshing, especially if a person is wearing a hot outfit. In the summertime, breezes can also be a welcome relief from the hot sun.

In the winter, breezes can be another way of enjoying the cool weather. By moving against the wind, a person can stay warm while walking or riding in a car.

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