breezeless


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Synonyms for breezeless

marked by an absence of circulating air

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We tried a morning visit a week ago, but on a breezeless day it was too hot even by 11am and we had to retreat to the airconditioned comfort of home, which is thankfully just around the corner.
Hot nights and breezeless days may have been relieved with iced tea or cold beer, but tempers have remained unquenched this year, mostly due to the fear that life will end if President Obama's health-care policies are put into law.
It is a quiet noon-scene among the isles of the Pacific; a French whaler anchored, inshore, in a calm, and lazily taking water on board; the loosened sails of the ship, and the long leaves of the palms in the background, both drooping together in the breezeless air.
I, on the other hand, spent those four breezeless days cursing myself for ever thinking I could get any useful work from a force of nacre as mercurial as the wind.
starting time that is usually almost guaranteed to draw wind on a seaside course, got her own share of the lead on a mostly breezeless day.
That means on breezeless afternoons, the temperature in summer can get hotter than the Med and the normally grey sea shimmers in the sun, totally calm.
But, breezeless as the tunnels are, the blackness suffocates the fragile flame and we have to resort to our helmet lights as we trudge back towards daylight.
A warm, humid, and breezeless evening, eight degrees above the equator, in a lush tropical environment.
As he learns more about hurricanes and wind speeds, Perry - whose life until then has been as calm as a breezeless summer's day - finds himself facing threats and dangers back home as deadly as anything nature can produce.
Old pros Floyd and Hale Irwin battled each other and the heat on a rare breezeless day at Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades.