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  • n. Plural form of breezeway.


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  • Breezeways aren’t called breezeways for no reason.

    Secret Agent

  • On a recent morning, temperatures already were rising well into the humid 90s, but the breezeways between the three structures felt cooler—and became the main gathering points in the home.

    The Perfect Florida Ski Chalet

  • Does anyone know what other things besides porches and breezeways and building in shade and keeping heat emitting things out of living spaces etc (and swimming, smile) were used to keep cool?

    The Longevity of the Victorian Architecture

  • At least the older homes had breezeways and the architects had the sense to provide for whatever kind of wind or sun would be in that area at a given time.

    The Effect of Architecture on Home Living

  • Posters have recently appeared in the breezeways of my workplace featuring a photo of a friendly, relatable, unidentifiably-possibly-ethnic man and his son, and the words My parents taught me that donating blood regularly is as important as voting.


  • And then somehow everyone is outside along the breezeways at school.

    Marian's Blog:

  • And it completely destroyed a utility building connected to the motel by breezeways.

    CNN Transcript Jun 27, 2006

  • It just whips off the top of the buildings and through the breezeways and up into those trees back there and you can probably get a good idea from this wider view that we were giving you now of how that wind is just - there was an arc that you probably couldn't see it of another transformer off in the distance up to my east (ph).

    CNN Transcript Sep 5, 2004

  • It was a circle of ten log buildings connected by breezeways.

    Forever Free

  • I stuck to alleys and breezeways that would not have been graced by my presence at any other time.

    Petty Pewter Gods


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