shoot the breeze

VERB
  1. talk socially without exchanging too much information
    the men were sitting in the cafe and shooting the breeze
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How To Use shoot the breeze In A Sentence

  • I just stayed the dorm to around and shoot the breeze with a couple of friends.
  • They expected me to sit up and shoot the breeze with them till one or two in the morning.
  • The auditors used to come in and do nothing but shoot the breeze for forty minutes.
  • It's nice shoot the breeze with an old friend.
  • We like to shoot the breeze during the break.
  • They expected me to sit up and shoot the breeze with them till one or two in the morning.
  • The auditors used to come in and do nothing but shoot the breeze for forty minutes.
  • They chew the fat , shoot the breeze and swap anecdotes about random subjects : work, family, news, weather, hobbies, etc.
  • Thus every day, on my blog, these strangers show up, just to shoot the breeze, flirt, kvetch, veer off topic and, most of all, pay zero attention to what I have written.
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