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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
breeze (noun)
1.
a) a light gentle wind
b) a wind of from 4 to 31 miles (6 to 50 kilometers) an hour
2.
something easily done - cinch
breeze (verb)
intransitive verb
1.
to move swiftly and airily - breezed past the protesters
2.
to make progress quickly and easily - breezed through the exam breezed to victory
breeze (noun)
residue from the making of coke or charcoal
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
breeze (noun)
1.
a slight or gentle movement of air
SYNONIMS:
air, breath, puff, waft, zephyr
RELATED WORDS:
current, draft, whiff; sea breeze; blast, blow, flurry, gale, headwind, northeaster, norther, northwester, southeaster, southwester, tailwind, westerly, wind; squall, tempest, tornado, windstorm; airflow
NEAR ANTONYMS:
calm
breeze (noun)
2.
something that is easy to do
SYNONIMS:
breeze, cake, cakewalk, child's play, cream puff, duck soup, kid stuff, picnic, pushover, roses, snap
RELATED WORDS:
no-brainer, nothing; sitting duck; gimme, laugher, walkaway
NEAR ANTONYMS:
brainteaser, poser, stumper, toughie ( toughy); bother, nuisance, trouble
bear, beast, chore, headache, horror show, killer, labor, murder, pain, sticky wicket, stinker []
breeze (verb)
1.
to move or proceed smoothly and readily
SYNONIMS:
bowl, breeze, brush, coast, cruise, drift, glide, roll, sail, skim, slide, slip, stream, sweep, whisk
RELATED WORDS:
fly, race, rush, speed
NEAR ANTONYMS:
limp, lumber, plod, stumble, trudge; shamble, shuffle; stamp, stomp, stump, tramp; labor, toil
flounder, struggle
breeze (verb)
2.
to proceed or move quickly
SYNONIMS:
barrel, belt, blast, blaze, blow, bolt, bomb, bowl, breeze, bundle, bustle, buzz, cannonball, careen, career, chase, course, crack (on), dash, drive, fly, hare, hasten, hie, highball, hotfoot (it), hump, hurl, hurtle, hustle, jet, jump, motor, nip, pelt, race, ram, rip, rocket, run, rush, rustle, scoot, scurry, scuttle, shoot, speed, step, tear, travel, trot, whirl, whisk, zip, zoom
RELATED WORDS:
beetle, dart, flit, scamper, scud, scuffle; stampede, streak, whiz ( whizz); gallop, jog, sprint; accelerate, quicken, step out; catch up, fast-forward, outpace, outrun, outstrip, overtake; arrow, beeline
NEAR ANTONYMS:
dally, dawdle, dillydally, drag, hang (around out), lag, linger, loiter, poke, tarry; amble, lumber, plod, saunter, shuffle, stroll; decelerate, slow (down up)
crawl, creep, poke
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