Translations & Examples
expand_more A szél ellenére is balzsamos éjszaka volt, a tavasz első határozottan meleg üzenete.
A levegő még mindig hűvös volt, de már elegyedett bele egy csipetnyi balzsamos meleg.
Balzsamos nap volt április 17.
Context sentences for "balmy" in Hungarian
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EnglishIt was a balmy night, despite the wind: the first confident warmth of spring.
EnglishThe air still had its coolness, but there was a bit of balmy warmth mixed up in it.
EnglishThe party of three crossed the zodiac on the foyer floor, moved into the balmy dark.
EnglishWhen he was full, drunk and satisfied, he headed out into the balmy afternoon.
EnglishConstant had many hobbies that helped him to pass the balmy time in the salubrious clime of Titan.
EnglishAfter all, even if he is a bit balmy, it was a useful dp he gave me about those fingerprints.
EnglishThis long day in the balmy tropical city of old-fashioned courtesies and rituals had merely been the first unfolding.
EnglishThe blue in the sky was softer, the air grew suddenly balmy.
EnglishDespite the reassuring correctness of the scene, something about it, about the night and the balmy wind, felt odd.
English'Surely a man wouldn't read letters of that type aloud to himself- not unless he was - well - going balmy.'
EnglishThe balmy days of June were long gone, and the steamy heat of a Washington August forbade open doors and windows.
EnglishIt's a balmy, beautiful evening too.
EnglishIn good weather they sat in the balmy side-porch room of the Dog's Head Harbor estate, although Garp increasingly refused to go there.
EnglishIt was a balmy day; the nineteenth of April.
EnglishIt turns out that they all wrote with air on air, and I now pluck this thought of Darwin's from the balmy atmosphere:
EnglishIt started out a balmy day.
EnglishThe night was balmy.
EnglishThe trees swayed in a balmy breeze, the doors and windows of the House, its porch and chimneys, all gleamed as if newly painted.
EnglishA young man, very pale and worn, was lying upon a sofa near the open window, through which came the rich scent of the garden and the balmy summer air.
EnglishIt was balmy.