The sea-breeze stirred the sun-blinds before the windows, and the flowers in the well-kept boxes were already gay with bloom.
The sea-breeze will soon be up to us, and we may laugh at the frigate.
She said it was the sea-breeze that brought life to her, and stood at the open window gazing over the bay.
This sea-breeze is a great benefit to the inhabitants of Lower Louisiana.
During nine months of the year the climate is tempered by a sea-breeze, which is felt as far inland as Abomey 735 (60 m.).
At noon a sea-breeze, fair; at five o'clock a land-breeze, foul.
The ground was damp, the night was getting cool, and the sea-breeze pricked sharply.
“I should be glad to do it, sir, but I should like a sniff of the sea-breeze,” answered Tom.
The relief, after dragging days of uncertainty, came to Rudolph like a sea-breeze to a stoker.
How dreamy and bright and windy the country looked, and how salt was the sea-breeze!
The breeze that blows from the sea toward the land during the day, as air rising over the warmer land is replaced by cooler air from above the sea. (Compare land breeze.)