Fan the breeze



verb phrase

bat the breeze (1950s+)

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    Intensify or stir up feelings; exacerbate an explosive situation. For example, She already found him attractive, but his letters really fanned the flames, or His speech fanned the flames of racial dissension.

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  • Fantin-Latour

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