Adjective "balmy" definition and examples

(Balmy may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)



Definitions and examples


Characterized by pleasantly warm weather.
  1. 'It was particularly taxing, because with the clear skies, warm sun, and still, balmy weather we experienced for the entire journey, it became really quite hot in the car.'
  2. 'It was a balmy, sunny, tropical day, and the waters looked clear and calm.'
  3. 'Nevertheless, it was a delightful town, and on this particular day the weather was warm and balmy.'
  4. 'We sat side by side on the lounge, the jazzy tune softly streaming through the speakers on a warm and balmy summer's night.'
  5. 'The weather was balmy with a pleasant temperature.'
  6. 'The Big Chill came just days after balmy weather which saw temperatures reaching double figures at the start of the week.'
  7. 'Sunny beaches and balmy winters are part of the good life in Florida.'
  8. 'Just got back from coffee break, where a few of us were sitting out in front of the Leabharlainn, enjoying some fine balmy early-autumn weather.'
  9. 'Two balmy and often sunny days passed right before our eyes.'
  10. 'Everything was tossed into further bloom and the weather was warm and balmy every day.'

    More definitions

    1. mild and refreshing; soft; soothing: balmy weather.

    2. having the qualities of balm; aromatic; fragrant: balmy leaves.

    3. producing balm: balmy plants; a balmy shrub.

    4. Informal. crazy; foolish; eccentric.

    More examples(as adjective)

    "snows can be balmy as winters."

    "weathers can be balmy."

    "days can be balmy."

    "airs can be balmy."

    "evenings can be balmy."

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