awel, awelan, awelon, chwa, chwaon, hawel, hawelan, hawelon
Noun(1) a slight wind (usually refreshing(2) any undertaking that is easy to do
Verb(1) blow gently and lightly(2) to proceed quickly and easily
(1) As the opened the glass door, a breeze blew the wind - chimes by the sign into soft laughter.(2) The winds picked up, approaching ├ö├ç├┐strong breeze ├ö├ç├û (Beaufort scale 5-6) and the sky darkened sharply.(3) A cool breeze wove its gentle fingers through the flora, then through each of my chocolate locks and down my spine.(4) There was a cold breeze as the chilly wind blew in through the open door.(5) Shortcuts can make a holiday meal a breeze to complete.(6) tantalizing cooking smells wafted on the evening breeze(7) The soft breeze of the late evening blew at her short brown hair, and she brushed it from her face.(8) The night air was chilly and the wind blew a cold breeze under her hood.(9) A breeze of cold wind blew past her as she shivered with cold and with fear.(10) His cape waved in the breeze and the wind hit his face, but he was careful not to let it hit his teeth.(11) The forest around them was busy with the sounds of chirping birds and the soft breeze of the wind.(12) The winds did cooperate in some regard finally covering the complete race area with a 4-6 knot sea breeze .(13) We can't catch the wind or see the breeze , but we can feel it, see its effects.(14) The seas were calm and the breeze blowing steadily southward seemed to lessen.(15) The wind was gentle, a slight breeze now and then to cool the warm air.(16) It was a breeze to make and easy to love, a simply good nosh.
(1) sea breeze :: awel y môr
1. gentle wind ::
2. easy task ::
3. pushover ::
4. saunter ::
Different Formsbreeze, breezed, breezes, breezing
Word Example from TV Shows
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In the summer, it's in a cross BREEZE created
by opening windows there and there.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 1
The cold BREEZE
is a so-called ectoplasmic issue...
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 8
In the summer,
it's in the path of a BREEZE...
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 10
Feel that wind.
That BREEZE is up.
Vikings Season 1, Episode 2
tits and arse jiggling in the BREEZE.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 2
English to Welsh Dictionary: breeze
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