strong breeze

noun Meteorology.
a wind of 25–30 miles per hour (11–13 m/sec).

Origin:
1795–1805

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strong breeze
 
n
meteorol a considerable wind of force six on the Beaufort scale, reaching speeds of 25--31 mph

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Example sentences
It looks as if it would take little more than a strong breeze or a good push to
  topple some of their more prominent features.
We suspect one strong breeze or the rush of air from driving a little too fast
  could have toppled the sign.
Or letting a light, but strong breeze supercool the stress in my body as it
  lifts off my shoulders.
Even as he spoke, a strong breeze off the river blew a nasty whiff of sewage
  odor over the crowd.
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