gentle breeze


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gentle breeze

[¦jent·əl ′brēz]
(meteorology)
In the Beaufort wind scale, a wind whose speed is from 7 to 10 knots (13-19 kilometers per hour).
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Hot sun was evaporating the previous night's deluge and with the gentle breeze wafting over the hill from the direction of the Bosnian-refugeestyle campsite, the resulting aroma was, I swear, exactly like the Elephant House in the zoo in the bad old days.
Even the gentle breeze you'll feel while riding the waterslides at the Paradise Island water park, which accommodates 6,000 visitors, is manufactured.
In haste, Her soul's spectrum reams the flush of my bloodstream Gathered all flamboyant butterflies Flowers hugging the gentle breeze The melodious rivulet's strings Composing a symphony of peace That is called The world's glory Can't be found In science nor in fine art Never be in a layout Never be, in times, Present nor past In fact, it is a love's story It is my great pride What a beautiful dream resides In my soul's countryside
Conditions on the night were ideal with a pleasant temperature and a gentle breeze.
SPRING The daffodils are blooming, There''s blossom on the trees, There''s a smell of spring in the air, Upon the gentle breeze, The lambs are skipping in the fields, And bleating as they run, At last the days of winter are over, Now that spring has just begun.
When you feel that gentle breeze or the wind upon your face, that's me giving you a great big hug, or just a soft embrace.
The beautiful blooms of dancing maiden are perched on wiry 60cm long stems, so in a gentle breeze they appear to dance.
The airport will house many businesses that run out of the airport which include Blue Ash flight school, the Warren County Career Center's Aviation School, Gentle Breeze Hot Air Balloon, Sky Dive Warren County and a hangar for Miami Valley Hospital CareFlight.
Pink tulips swaying in a gentle breeze On a sea of stunning bluebells The colour of the Aegean ocean.
When the sounds of Ireland blasted in the gentle breeze, we marched down the road as one, with a rattle and a hum to the beat of the drum, appreciating your rousing applause, cheers of happiness and smiling faces at the colour, culture and craic.
But it took just a gentle breeze to bring action to a standstill on a remarkable evening at the World Darts Championship on Sunday.