breezy Definition

  • 1pleasantly windy
  • 2casual and carefree in manner
  • 3effortless and easy

Using breezy: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "breezy" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    It's a breezy day, perfect for flying kites.

  • Example

    She has a breezy personality that makes her easy to talk to.

  • Example

    The instructions were so clear that the task felt breezy.

  • Example

    He wore a breezy outfit to the beach party.

breezy Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for breezy

Antonyms for breezy

Phrases with breezy

  • a beach with a pleasant wind blowing


    We spent the afternoon at the breezy beach, enjoying the cool breeze and the sound of the waves.

  • a casual and relaxed way of behaving


    He greeted us with a breezy manner, making us feel comfortable and at ease.

  • a relaxed and informal way of dressing


    She always dresses in a breezy style, with loose-fitting clothes and sandals.


Summary: breezy in Brief

The term 'breezy' [ˈbriːzi] refers to a pleasant wind, a casual and carefree manner, or something that is effortless and easy. It can describe a person's personality, an outfit, or a task. Examples include 'It's a breezy day, perfect for flying kites,' and 'She has a breezy personality that makes her easy to talk to.' Synonyms include 'easygoing,' 'laid-back,' and 'relaxed.'

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