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Synonyms for breezy

exposed to or characterized by the presence of freely circulating air or wind

displaying light-hearted nonchalance

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fresh and animated

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abounding in or exposed to the wind or breezes

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Hey America, I'm Paris Hilton and I'm a celebrity too," Hilton declares breezily.
The larger city had a thriving downtown that was ripe for development and a robust, diverse economy that was more than ready to meet the challenge of morphing the rundown warehouse zone into what Portlanders breezily refer to as "The Pearl.
The script, by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, breezily echoes real life.
She's leaping around the room trying to fan away the smell at the same time as making coffee, but breezily explains: 'Just a couple of minor disasters
Minutes later he breezily acknowledged that Russia, unlike the United States, is developing a new intercontinental ballistic missile, the Topol-M; that it recently supplied Iran with new air defense missiles; and that antitank missiles it delivered to Syria were used by Hezbollah against Israel in last summer's war.
A trio of black-and-white paintings in the style of Franz Kline also remain within the realm of abstraction, but these breezily casual panels don't seem to reference specific works--they could just as well represent digital images cropped and enlarged past the point of recognition.
Soprano Nathalie Paulin (Semele) was a vocal and thespian marvel, her voice breezily agile in florid passages yet sensitively nuanced when expressing yearning, bliss or determination.
Wentworth is breezily droll as another psychologist at least as screwed up as her patients -- and those patients are unfailingly good-humored.
And it bears repeated emphasis that this breezily worded public service announcement, describing the Mexican government's subversive efforts to mobilize illegal aliens, appeared in a local community newspaper in a rural mid-western U.
The result is a breezily engaging, fascinating examination of an authentic cultural phenomenon.
Perpetually boyish in looks but able to embrace roles ranging from smolderingly intense to breezily comedic, prudishly proper to teasingly salacious, Cheung was best known to gay U.
In a scant 140 pages, writer Tayannah Lee McQuillar breezily maps the history, raw materials and application of the traditional African-American folkways also known as hoodoo, in order it make it safe for the 21st century India.
Michael Miner, in his "Hot Type" column in the Chicago Reader, noted that Michael O'Shea, the managing editor, would not comment, and wrote breezily, "Tribune editor Ann Marie Lipinski didn't like gossip, collaborators Ellen Warren and Terry Armour didn't like each other, and neither one liked the column's exile in the Metro section.
The richness of his aesthetic vocabulary, the palpable emotion Lepage so breezily and abstractly transmitted moved unsuspecting and largely uncomprehending pubescent me to tears, and instantly placed him in the creative demigod slot of my brain.
Molotov may have been at his most profound when, in the finest bon mot to emerge from the Hitler-Stalin Pact, he breezily quipped, "Fascism is a matter of taste.