A light, gentle wind; a fresh, soft-blowing wind.
Any of five winds with speeds from 4 to 31 miles per hour (6 to 50 kilometers per hour), according to the Beaufort scale. See also wind.
a slight wind (usually refreshing); "the breeze was cooled by the lake"; "as he waited he could feel the air on his neck"
to proceed quickly and easily
Exercising a horse with speed, easily but without encouragement.
When a horse running on moderate speed then it is called breeze.
Working a horse at a moderate speed, less effort than handily.
A wind of moderate strength. In the Beaufort Scale graduated from 'Light Breeze' to 'Fresh Breeze' for a wind speed from between 4 to 24 m.p.h.
Wind classified as light, gentle, moderate, fresh, or strong. To see the corresponding wind speeds for each of these, look at the Beaufort Scale above.
Wind with a speed between 4 and 27 knots (4 and 31 mph); Beaufort scale numbers 2 through 6.
(1) In general, a light moderate wind (2) On the Beaufort Scale, a wind speed ranging from 4 knots (lower limit of "light breeze") to 27 knots (upper limit of "strong breeze").
A light wind. In the Beaufort wind scale they are categorized as light, gentle, moderate, fresh and strong.
the wind blowing across a cricket field during play, no matter how strong.
1. In general, a light wind. In the Beaufort wind scale, this is a wind between 4 and 10 kt (4 and 12 mph). 2. In the Beaufort wind scale (Beaufort wind force numbers 2â€“6), a wind speed ranging from 4 to 27 kt (4 to 31 mph) and categorized as follows: light breeze, 4â€“6 kt; gentle breeze, 7â€“10 kt; moderate breeze, 11â€“16 kt; fresh breeze, 17â€“21 kt; and strong breeze, 22â€“27 kt.