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A Breath Of Fresh Air ( refreshing; it makes you feel better; a change that feels good ... )

"A Breath Of Fresh Air"

A breath of fresh air is a nice change that feels good, like the feeling of fresh air on your body.

Example: "I love having this new student in my class. His positive attitude is a breath of fresh air."

Example: "You are a breath of fresh air."

A Boost Of Confidence

A Bundle Of Nerves

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