Doesn't "breeze" refer to a soft and weak wind? Wouldn't it be awkward to say "strong breeze"?
Yes, a "breeze" is a gentle wind. However, we do say "strong breeze" quite frequently. Even though the words contradict each other, we still use this phrase. Ex: We are going to have a strong breeze tomorrow. Ex: The strong breeze blew through the trees.
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