light breeze

noun Meteorology.
a wind of 4–7 miles per hour (2–3 m/sec). Compare breeze1 ( def 2 ).

Origin:
1795–1805

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light breeze
 
n
a very light wind of force two on the Beaufort scale

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To create vehicles that won't be blown off course by a light breeze, engineers
  may end up studying the birds and even the bees.
Katrina would be seen as a comparative lunchtime picnic in a light breeze.
For example, one ring signals a light breeze and five rings a tornado.
Fanned by a light breeze, the flames quickly spread, and soon many blocks were
  seen to be doomed.
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