breeziness


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a mildly windy state of the air

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a breezy liveliness

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Janacek's operas cannot make do with the breeziness and routine that can be "endured" by plain impressive Romantic scores and that have become so domesticated in our operatic climes.
Their lyrics had an addictive breeziness and a universality that made them instant hits in our part of the world.
Lin Carter had the breadth of reading and the breeziness of style, but not the depth or the critical acumen: he was an enthusiast, not a scholar.
At their second meeting, Jason's mood is considerably altered from his breeziness of the day before, and the narrator notes that Dorinda should realize "that a nature so impressionable must be lacking in stability," though her "joy in his presence" (62) prevents her from doing so.
Jennings' often-fanciful parallels between biblical and modern gay and lesbian culture lend his work a welcome breeziness of tone, but they risk making his insightful readings of these highly provocative biblical texts easier to discount and, regrettably, to resist.
Much better are her tender insights which lift the spirit (Lonely Girl), while her breeziness (What If I'm Right?
In his re-creation of a turbulent era and its main protagonists, he captures the two peoples' essence with a lightness of touch and a breeziness of style that, without wounding, reach their intended targets.
Perhaps there is a risk that breeziness will be equated by some readers with something more insidious.
The soothing breeziness, however, is cut by a sharp poignancy.
Alas, folksy breeziness doesn't come easily to this group, and it too often feels like Deter is taking the first-act anthem ``Taking It Slow'' a bit too literally.
Diode We're all in her debt Dismantle Royal robes Disfrock her dress Disfigure her shape underneath Disgust her air, her breeziness Disgrace her shy elegance Displeasure charity work and love of all sorts Dissect her fanatical following and many Diapers Distinct the Queen's opinion Dispersion No, she's Englishy.
As one critic put it, "Welcome to 'Happy Hour,' a new breed of news show, where a younger version of 'Regis & Kelly' meets 'Cheers' with the breeziness of 'Entourage.