Definition of 'strong breeze'
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"and he quickly tore the paper into tiny pieces, disposing of them on the strong breeze which blew across from the bay.AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE (2003)
There was a strong breeze here on the exposed hilltop, and Webb sneezed suddenly, fumbling in his pocket for a handkerchief.DEATH SPEAKS SOFTLY (2003)
In the afternoon, there is a strong breeze that cools the air and flings the cotton curtains out into the room.A FEW SHORT NOTES ON TROPICAL BUTTERFLIES (2003)
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