Homophones for brees, breeze, bries

brees / breeze / bries  [bri:z]

brees – n. pl. of brae – 1. Scot. – eyebrow, brow; 2. liquid in which a substance has been boiled or steeped: broth, soup, gravy

breeze – n. – 1. a gentle wind; 2. esp. N. Amer. – an easy task; v. intr. – 1. (foll. by “in, out, along, etc.) informal – come or go in a casual or light-hearted manner; 2. usu. foll. by “through” – emerge successfully and easily from a test, competition, etc.

bries – n. pl. – a kind of ripened soft cheese with a white mold skin [named after a former province in N. France – Brie]