a wind of 19–24 miles per hour (9–11 meters per second).
- Compare breeze1 (def. 2).
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How to use fresh breeze in a sentence
On the field, first-year coach Ron Rivera and his young team are performing like a strong, fresh breeze.Today in D.C.: Headlines to start your Wednesday in D.C., Maryland and Virginia | Dana Hedgpeth, Teddy Amenabar | December 10, 2020 | Washington Post
It strolls and meanders, stopping to relax on a bench for a spell and feel the fresh breeze.Disney World Means Everything to a Special Needs Mom | Elizabeth Picciuto | July 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
It was a beautiful California summer day with a fresh breeze blowing in from the ocean.
During the ensuing night, having a fresh breeze, we stood first to the westward, and afterwards to the south-east.
All was silent; a fresh breeze swept over the clear lake whose every ripple had the gracious curve of a smile.Honey-Bee | Anatole France
The Indian fleet had just entered the Straits of Malacca, and were sailing in open order, with a fresh breeze and smooth water.Newton Forster | Captain Frederick Marryat
When we got home the fresh breeze had braced her up, and her pale cheeks were really more rosy.Dracula | Bram Stoker
You are turning to windward in a fresh breeze, under all plain sail, and it becomes necessary to tack.A Middy of the King | Harry Collingwood
British Dictionary definitions for fresh breeze
a fairly strong breeze of force five on the Beaufort scale
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