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Related to breeze out: breeze through
To depart quickly or unexpectedly. (A specific place or event can be named after "out.") Brian breezed out before I had a chance to say goodbye to him. You need to talk to that intern—he regularly breezes out of the office an hour early.
breeze out (of some place)
to leave a place quickly. She was here for a moment and then suddenly breezed out. She breezed out of the room in an instant.