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  • adv. In a breezy manner; "he swings breezily into the title song"

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  • adv. in a breezy manner


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  • And backers of the idea breezily suggest this could be paid for by scaling back some corporate tax breaks. News

  • In the mornings, he could write "breezily" of what he could not "contemplate in the dark without turning in panic to God."

    The New York Review of Books

  • I simply pointed out the absurdity of claiming that this tax has only negative effects, such that one can breezily assert without any evidence that rational voters would surely reject it.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Temporary” Tax to Pay for DC Baseball Stadium Becomes a Permanent Cash Cow for City Government

  • “For what?” said Kit breezily, even though her hands had clenched into fists.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • At the time Kluge breezily dismissed the sales as downsizing, but as the weeks wore on, it became apparent she was in serious financial trouble.

    Va. winemaker's painstakingly built empire crumbled in months amid recession

  • In saying we must work with President Obama we are not suggesting breezily that we should "agree to disagree" and move on.

    Pope John Paul II

  • Pickles breezily says that by creating executive mayors, councils would be rid of chief executives.

    Role call for local government

  • For more than two decades, China's philosophy of monetary management and financial development has been based on a closed-economy system: maintaining low and stable interest rates without having to worry about external arbitrage, breezily adopting economic stimulus when needed without concern about the banking system's asset quality, propping up banks with historically high nonperforming loan ratios and fixed-cost pricing, and keeping iron-clad control over the exchange rate.

    Why China Is a Financial Midget

  • The discrepancies in his academic career were breezily confessed.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • He walked breezily around the Minneapolis Convention Center, touting the trophy he hopes will embellish his standing as a "true, independent conservative" and push him ahead of Rep. Marty Seifert, his main competition.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Friday, April 30, 2010


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