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be bright and breezy

To be confident and cheerful. I may be bright and breezy now, but I often felt melancholy as a teenager.
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bright and breezy

Confident and cheerful. I may be bright and breezy now, but I often felt melancholy as a teenager.
See also: and, breezy, bright

bright and breezy

cheery and alert. You look all bright and breezy this morning. Bright and breezy people on a gloomy day like this make me sick.
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With her long dark hair and slender body, Breezy bears more than a passing resemblance to Kate.
Weather Light showers on Friday otherwise mainly clear, breezy and sunny.
Too Breezy soon made her name as the dam of Top Savings (by Top Honcho), the 2003 Derby second, and a Polnoon Chief litter that included Blonde Jeannie's dam, Easy and Breezy, and Walthamstow Silver Collar victor So Breezy, a St Leger and Grand Prix finalist.
The daughter of Polnoon Chief-Too Breezy came from a prolific-winning litter headed by Walthamstow Silver Collar hero So Breezy, who ran-up for the Grand Prix and finished fourth in the St Leger.
Glatzer's style is breezy ("In case you missed the movie Dead Poets Society, carpe diem is Latin for seize the day.
Speaking after the son of Top Honcho and Too Breezy had hammered his Racing Post Juvenile Championship opponents at Wimbledon last Tuesday, his breeder Ian Greaves revealed that his decision to go for a litter from the parents was made only at the last minute.
Reader Holloway does a terrific job narrating the breezy and likeable Selena's predicaments.
However, better value can be found in backing So Breezy each-way at the 20-1 offered.