Definitions

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  • adjective Like a zephyr; breezy.

Etymologies

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zephyr +‎ -ous

Examples

  • As I bent to pick it up, the doctor jumped onto the sidewalk, striding away without a backward glance, the breeze whipping his dark cloak about him in a zephyrous dance.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • As I bent to pick it up, the doctor jumped onto the sidewalk, striding away without a backward glance, the breeze whipping his dark cloak about him in a zephyrous dance.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • As I bent to pick it up, the doctor jumped onto the sidewalk, striding away without a backward glance, the breeze whipping his dark cloak about him in a zephyrous dance.

    The Curse of the Wendigo

  • It was a mild, azure, zephyrous day; spring at her brightest and best.

    Queed

  • Were he truly a gardener he might know somewhat of the sweet, sunlit, zephyrous, fragrant outdoor privacies possible to a real garden, and more or less of that benign art which, by skilful shrubbery plantings, can make a small place look much larger -- as well as incomparably more interesting -- than can any mere abolition of fences, and particularly of the street fence.

    The Amateur Garden

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