How to use Breath-of-fresh-air in a sentence

breath-of-fresh-air
  • They stepped outside for a breath of fresh air to wait.

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  • Take a brief walk around the building, or step outside for a breath of fresh air.

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  • Coming from a somewhat humdrum industrial context, where corners can often be cut, all this professionalism was a breath of fresh air!

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  • He came in like a breath of fresh air and not only revolutionized the team but tied the club to the community.

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  • If you feel oppressed at work or home, getting together with other gay singles and couples and enjoying the beauty and culture of Europe without a care in the world might be the breath of fresh air you need.

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  • Back to top " The gradual feeling of being in more control through increased confidence at work has been a breath of fresh air.

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  • He thought the foul smell might overpower him if he didn't get a breath of fresh air.

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  • Your cat's incessant meowing may signal her next heat cycle has already begun, or she could simply want a breath of fresh air.

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  • Art deco designs were a breath of fresh air that sprang out of the rigid and complex design rules of the Victoria era.

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  • Insaniquarium is one the most creative games I've seen in a while, and a breath of fresh air (or water) in the free-online-every-other-game-is-a-puzzle-game-involving-cubes area.

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  • Still the game is not without its positive merits, as the first 3D (albeit isometric) Sonic game the visuals looked stunning at the time and were a breath of fresh air compared to the traditional side on 2D graphics of previous years.

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  • Getting a breath of fresh air or getting away from whatever is causing the nausea can solve the problem.

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  • Finding a support group can feel like a breath of fresh air for a new homeschooler.

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  • Whereas many swimsuits can look boring and functional, sticking to tired old designs, the Salinas collection is a breath of fresh air.

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  • If you hate walking around or lounging in a wet suit long after you've stepped out of the water, these bathing suits will be a breath of fresh air.

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  • Flanked on one side by intense Scorpio and salt-of-the-earth Capricorn on the other, Sagittarius feels like a breath of fresh air.

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  • It's simple, yet sophisticated--a breath of fresh air for your closet if you're prone to chasing trends.

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  • What it is, is sexy, old-fashioned bedroom wear that's sometimes a breath of fresh air when compared to its racier counterparts.

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  • The parents of the tween set generally approve of Cyrus as a role model and example for their kids, welcoming her "good girl" persona as a breath of fresh air in a world of Paris Hiltons and Lindsey Lohans.

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  • It came as a breath of fresh air even to those who hated punk and re-ignited the creative spark in the music community that would go on to create hip hop, post-punk, new wave, goth and more in the 80s.

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  • Soft rock and melodic pop extraordinaires The Carpenters were a breath of fresh air amid the 1970s heavy rock guitar sounds.

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  • In a time when toys seem to do all the work, these old school toys are a breath of fresh air.

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