For Sochi, perhaps owing to the sea breeze—and Tinder as well—the number is 100,000 for about 3000 athletes.
Such was the case, for the sea breeze had lately somewhat freshened, and every sail was spread to woo it.
But we shall be in the sea breeze again soon, and that will freshen you, dear.'
The sea breeze has blown the sand into heaps, and even on these dry, thirsty hillocks we see many tufts of grass.
"We have a sea breeze on Chargon that we treat the same way," said Orne.
Now at this time the land breeze and the sea breeze were married, and they had a child which was a bamboo.
But here comes the breeze at last, a sea breeze, too, thank Heaven!
The following morning we got under weigh, expecting that the sea breeze would set in by the time the anchor was hove up.
The sea breeze is life to thee, but some of us would choke with too much of it.
Men and things shook off the torpor of the hot afternoon and stirred into life under the first breath of the sea breeze.
The breeze that blows from the sea toward the land during the day, as air rising over the warmer land is replaced by cooler air from above the sea. (Compare land breeze.)