gentle breeze

noun Meteorology.
a wind of 8–12 miles per hour (4–5 m/sec).

Origin:
1900–05

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gentle breeze
 
n
meteorol a light breeze of force three on the Beaufort scale, blowing at 8--12 mph

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Example sentences
The virtual wind created by shaking trunks can be a gentle breeze or a howling
  gale.
The movement of a gentle breeze, for example, is not as simple as it looks.
Other sounds such as the chirp of crickets or a gentle breeze through a forest
  can trigger memories of pleasant past experiences.
Even a gentle breeze can provide relief on a hot sticky day.
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