from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See breeze.


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  • I find joy in the simple things in life, a fresh morning breese, gentle sunset and just holding that someone special.

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  • 'Cause when it hits all we do is pray for a breese or fall - which ever comes first!

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  • As for the prospect of vomiting due to chemotherapy, you may breese through it.

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  • Meantime Eros passed unseen through the grey mist, causing confusion, as when against grazing heifers rises the gadfly, which oxherds call the breese.

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  • Tundra I wish I had known that a couple of weeks ago I was Just in upstate NY near Syracuse for my dads funeral, we could have set and shot the breese for a while …. as for me right now I do not need a lot.

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  • "The Emblem of my Country, and I trust of yours, for I understand you are naturalized, although if not you'd better be, floating in the breese after sunset."

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  • But when I looked up he was gone, and only the sad breese wailed around me.

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  • On returning to my domacile I discovered that, although the sun had set and the hour of twilight had arived, the Emblem of my Country still floated in the breese.

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  • Sales under a Stiff breese in addition to our ores, we were compelled to pass under a bank which was falling in, and use the Toe rope occasionally, Continued up pass two other

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  • Tuesday rain last night after fixing the new oars and makeing all necessary arrangements, we set out under a jentle breese from the S.E. and proceeded on passed two large Islands on the

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