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  • verb Present participle of breeze.

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Examples

  • Hemingway's first novel was the quintessential story of the Lost Generation's brash, bored and boozing expatriates just after WW I, breezing from the cafés of Paris to Pamplona's running of the bulls.

    Stars shine in sunny Mexico

  • Hemingway's first novel was the quintessential story of the Lost Generation's brash, bored and boozing expatriates just after WW I, breezing from the cafés of Paris to Pamplona's running of the bulls.

    Stars shine in sunny Mexico

  • The Phillies may have led 15 of 18 innings in breezing through the first two games in Philadelphia, but their 2-0 advantage in the series has been cut in half.

    Home sweet home: Brewers win, avoid elimination

  • He picked up his pace, breezing past a couple of hard-partying tourists stumbling back to their hotel rooms and reeking of rum and strawberries.

    Etched in Bone

  • He picked up his pace, breezing past a couple of hard-partying tourists stumbling back to their hotel rooms and reeking of rum and strawberries.

    Etched in Bone

  • This book is pretty much what I expected, with Kathy breezing through her boisterous childhood, her early, lean years in Hollywood, her short-lived marriage, the struggle of being imperfect in a business that only accepts perfect bodies and faces, and finally success on her own fabulous terms.

    2010 April : Scrubbles.net

  • This book is pretty much what I expected, with Kathy breezing through her boisterous childhood, her early, lean years in Hollywood, her short-lived marriage, the struggle of being imperfect in a business that only accepts perfect bodies and faces, and finally success on her own fabulous terms.

    Weekly Mishmash: April 18-24 : Scrubbles.net

  • I thought we could go over to the hotel together, Tina said, breezing through the door and pushing into the living room.

    I.O.U.

  • I thought we could go over to the hotel together, Tina said, breezing through the door and pushing into the living room.

    I.O.U.

  • He picked up his pace, breezing past a couple of hard-partying tourists stumbling back to their hotel rooms and reeking of rum and strawberries.

    Etched in Bone

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