Need another word that means the same as “breeze”? Find 24 synonyms and 30 related words for “breeze” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Breeze” are: air, zephyr, child's play, cinch, duck soup, picnic, piece of cake, pushover, snap, walkover, breath of wind, puff of air, current of air, flurry of air, gust, nothing, five-finger exercise, gift, sinecure, saunter, stroll, sail, cruise, walk casually
Breeze as a Noun
Definitions of "Breeze" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “breeze” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A gentle wind.
- A thing that is easy to do or accomplish.
- A slight wind (usually refreshing.
- Any undertaking that is easy to do.
- A wind of force 2 to 6 on the Beaufort scale (4–27 knots or 7–50 km/h).
Synonyms of "Breeze" as a noun (19 Words)
|air||Referring to the use of aircraft.|
The air was stale.
|breath of wind||The air that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration.|
|child's play||A theatrical performance of a drama.|
|cinch||An extremely easy task.|
They watered the horses and loosed the cinches.
|current of air||A flow of electricity through a conductor.|
|duck soup||Flesh of a duck (domestic or wild.|
|five-finger exercise||A task performed or problem solved in order to develop skill or understanding.|
|flurry of air||A rapid active commotion.|
|gift||An act of giving something as a present.|
His mother s gift of a pen.
|gust||A sudden strong rush of wind.|
Gusts of rain and snow flurried through the open door.
|nothing||A quantity of no importance.|
It looked like nothing I had ever seen before.
|picnic||Any undertaking that is easy to do.|
We swam and went on picnics.
|piece of cake||A serving that has been cut from a larger portion.|
|puff of air||A soft spherical object made from fluffy fibers; for applying powder to the skin.|
|pushover||Someone who is easily taken advantage of.|
This is going to be a pushover.
|sinecure||A position requiring little or no work but giving the holder status or financial benefit.|
Political sinecures for the supporters of ministers.
|snap||A card game in which cards from two piles are turned over simultaneously and players call snap as quickly as possible when two similar cards are exposed.|
|walkover||Any undertaking that is easy to do.|
A 12 2 walkover.
|zephyr||A very light article of clothing.|
Usage Examples of "Breeze" as a noun
- The breeze was cooled by the lake.
- Tantalizing cooking smells wafted on the evening breeze.
- Travelling through London was a breeze.
Breeze as a Verb
Definitions of "Breeze" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “breeze” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Blow gently and lightly.
- To proceed quickly and easily.
- Deal with something with apparently casual ease.
- Come or go in a casual or light-hearted manner.
Synonyms of "Breeze" as a verb (5 Words)
|cruise||Walk past and assess (a potential sexual partner.|
A police van cruised past us.
|sail||Travel in a ship or boat using sails or engine power.|
Ali sailed through his exams.
|saunter||Walk in a slow, relaxed manner.|
Adam sauntered into the room.
|stroll||Achieve a sporting victory without effort.|
The horse strolled home by 12 lengths.
|walk casually||Make walk.|
Usage Examples of "Breeze" as a verb
- Roger breezed into her office.
- Milan had breezed through their first defence of the European Cup.
- It breezes most evenings at the shore.
Associations of "Breeze" (30 Words)
|air||Broadcast over the airwaves as in radio or television.|
All goods must come in by air.
|blow||An act of blowing one s nose.|
Blow one s nose.
|calamity||An event resulting in great loss and misfortune.|
The whole city was affected by the irremediable calamity.
|cataclysm||A sudden violent political or social upheaval.|
The cataclysm of the First World War.
|damage||Suffer or be susceptible to damage.|
The car was badly damaged in the accident.
|eddy||A circular movement of water causing a small whirlpool.|
An eddy of chill air swirled into the carriage.
|fume||Expose something especially wood to ammonia fumes in order to produce dark tints.|
Clouds of exhaust fumes spewed by cars.
|gale||A strong wind moving 45-90 knots; force 7 to 10 on Beaufort scale.|
I slept well despite the howling gales outside.
|gust||Of the wind blow in gusts.|
The wind was gusting through the branches of the tree.
|hurricane||A severe tropical cyclone usually with heavy rains and winds moving at 63-136 knots (12 on the Beaufort scale.|
A powerful hurricane hit the Florida coast.
|odor||Any property detected by the olfactory system.|
|pant||Run or go in a specified direction while panting.|
Robyn was breathing rather fast in shallow pants.
|pneumatic||An item of pneumatic equipment.|
A tattoo of a pneumatic girl.
|puff||A light inflated pastry or puff shell.|
His breath puffed out like white smoke.
|purl||Knit with a purl stitch.|
The water was purling.
|rainfall||The fall of rain.|
|scent||Catch the scent of get wind of.|
The dog having the help of scent as well as of sight.
She loved the smell of roses.
|smoke||Emit smoke or visible vapour.|
I got smoked in that fight.
|sniff||An act or sound of sniffing.|
Miranda sniffed the heavy perfume of the lilies.
|squall||Blow in a squall.|
Sarah was squalling in her crib.
|storm||Attack by storm attack suddenly.|
He stormed out of the house.
|thunderstorm||A storm with thunder and lightning and typically also heavy rain or hail.|
|tornado||A mobile, destructive vortex of violently rotating winds having the appearance of a funnel-shaped cloud and advancing beneath a large storm system.|
Teenagers caught up in a tornado of sexual confusion.
|typhoon||A tropical cyclone occurring in the western Pacific or Indian oceans.|
|waft||Be driven or carried along, as by the air.|
The smell of stale fat wafted out from the cafe.
|whiff||Perceive by inhaling through the nose.|
Whiff out a prayer.
|wind||Catch the scent of get wind of.|
An easterly wind.
|windy||Not practical or realizable; speculative.|
Long winded or windy speakers.
|zephyr||A very light article of clothing.|