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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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Obviously, Walpole i the central figure, bu Frayling has thrown h net wide and his researches brin in Thomas Gray (sensitive, reti cent and often in collision with the breezier Walpole), Richard Bent-t ley (a gifted dilettante, childish, clever and a successful book illustrator, whose rococo designs for the Selima ode are shown here in all their beauty) and even William Blake comes into this book with some beautiful colour illustrations.
As the California Dream series has progressed, his prose has loosened and taken on a lighter, breezier, and more bemused tone.
Along with having the right credentials for the task, positive attitude is everything--the brighter and breezier you are, the more memorable.
Watson he could hardly have been brighter or breezier (he seems to have been tickled by the examples Watson sent him of scientists spouting nonsense in off-hours).
It has been a breezier day than we thought it would be, so will have lost a bit to the elements.
Lumar of Beverly Hills has launched a new fragrance, Aphrodisiac, that fits the lighter, breezier lifestyle perfectly.
Conversely, a more casual concept's list should have a breezier tone.
It was a perfect day - although a bit cooler and breezier than most August days - for the ride to Boylston from the site of the club's four-day annual convention.
Blackburn's football is brighter and breezier, but it also makes them open at the back.
Strachan's book is clearly the more accessible of the two, written in a breezier style, with helpful photographs dotting every few pages (and a great set of maps in the beginning); it is also briefer (the type font is not especially small, either).
Friedman is a Hungarian refugee who learned to have his weighty academese translated into a breezier style), the narrative demands acceptance at face value as it sweeps us along.
This tendency to view the natural world as built up out of, but not completely determined by, successive human histories posits human labor inside the referential transaction between nature and language in a way that makes estrangement an impossibility--a state of affairs not predicted by Emerson's breezier pronouncements in Nature and only incompletely articulated in his later examinations of the subject.
A glibber and breezier writer could probably have gathered these stories into a fun magazine feature.
The home side took to the field again knowing they simply had to win but came up against a brighter and breezier looking City, forcing panic to set in among the fans.