adjective, breez·i·er, breez·i·est.
Related formsbreez·i·ly, adverbbreez·i·ness, nounun·breez·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for breezy
A breezy, sensible governor with a prophetic eye on Latin America and the ability to actually get things done?Tina Brown: I Know Who Hillary’s Running Mate Should Be|Tina Brown|July 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In September last year she was caught out when changing planes at breezy Brisbane airport.New Wardrobe Malfunction Today Suggests Kate REALLY Needs Hem Weights|Tom Sykes|June 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But the truth is the Seacrests, the Bergerons, and the Deeleys are the personable, breezy diamonds in the awkward, robotic rough.
The 1985 victim, 22-year-old Catherine Costello of Breezy Point, lived despite being run over by the front two cars.A Murder on N.Y.’s Subway Tracks Leaves Authorities Scrambling for Answers|Michael Daly|December 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Otero has been going to Belle Harbor and Breezy Point daily since the storm to deliver food and supplies.For Sandy Victims, This Could Be the Coldest Thanksgiving Ever|Eliza Shapiro|November 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It was a dread to see what was so carefully hidden by that breezy reserve.The Explorer|W. Somerset Maugham
Like her other book it is bright and breezy; its humor is crisp and the general idea decidedly original.Boston Neighbours In Town and Out|Agnes Blake Poor
The night was clear, starlit and breezy after the hot September day.Victor's Triumph|Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
There are restful places in their work, broad meadows of breezy flatness, calms.Certain Personal Matters|H. G. Wells
This breezy height was the summit proper—so I accomplished even more than I had originally purposed to do.A Tramp Abroad, Complete|Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)