- v. succeed at easily
““The soft breeze through the window makes the gauzy curtains dance,’” I read quickly, “’while all across the ceiling the nighttime fairies prance.’””
“And the soughing of the breeze through every crevice”
“In the soft sighing of the breeze through the forest, he seemed to hear the rustle of Nellie Gardiner's dress as she walked down the aisle, and the flutter of her bonnet ribbons in the sweet spring air, as he had often heard them in happier days -- with what a thrill of delight.”
Looking for tweets for breeze through.