Green’s Dictionary of Slang

breeze v.2

[breeze n.1 (1d)]

1. (US tramp) to talk persuasively (to), to deceive.

[US]F. Hutchison Philosophy of Johnny the Gent 7: [T]he other evenin’ he captures a derby filly somewhere an’ breezes her into a certain ice cream parlor down the street.
[US]D. Runyon ‘The Lady Member’ 18 Nov. [synd. col.]They’ll be looking for you to breeze a good deal, being a woman.
[US]Jackson & Hellyer Vocab. Criminal Sl. 19: breeze [...] To deceive; to beguile: to occupy one’s attention; to descant loquaciously. Example: ‘She breezed everybody on the line.’.
[US]Irwin Amer. Tramp and Und. Sl. 36: breeze.- [...] To deceive.

2. to chat.

[US] ‘Ed Lacy’ Lead With Your Left (1958) 24: Haynes was [...] breezing with a sleepy-looking fat slob named Ace.