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    Use "air" in a sentence

    air example sentences

    air


    aired


    airing


    airs


    1. Vera pours out a beer and straightens herself up, raising her nose in the air


    2. “We all had good imaginations back then,” Kevin says, his nose up in the air


    3. “Keep your hands in the air and turn around


    4. “Real boring, I know,” Jesse adds, waving his hand in the air


    5. The cold air feels good on my face


    6. I take a slow step back, my hands in the air


    7. The creature turns around to face the car and cries a deep guttural noise, like air bleeding from a bagpipe


    8. Three-quarters of the air we breathe comes from diatoms


    9. It was hot already, she wouldn't want anything more than this and the energy resources available on this planet guaranteed that even in lavish quarters like these, air conditioning would be nothing more than a laboratory curiosity for all time


    10. It was a local year by air to reach Alan, three to six weeks by air to reach the area the Brazilians had settled


















































































    1. She aired out most of the house before it got dark


    2. “Any other little gadgets I should know about just now?” Mim's eyes never left the Seranim, as if she were interested to see how much of what she knew would be aired aloud


    3. Gerrid imagined he would feel better for having spoken to her, his true thoughts (however unwelcome) aired, but in truth he was only more confused


    4. minutes while the hallway was aired


    5. Cory didn’t know, but he was pretty sure it would be aired this week


    6. the world when the series aired the next year


    7. However, when this story was being aired, a comment came in


    8. The Federal Communications Commission requires that accurate and notarized records be kept for each and every commercial (spot) aired and logged by the station


    9. The six o’clock newscast aired on TV that time


    10. sure the house is well aired and lighted by opening windows











































































    1. In fact, the article generated so much publicity that the young man found himself appearing on television and on radio shows throughout the country and his old but much cherished song was dusted off and given another airing by disk jockeys on every radio station that played popular music


    2. It was unoccupied, so he set himself to brushing his dinner suit, polishing his boot tops, and airing his best linen shirt


    3. At first, they started spreading the word about themselves through posts on various propaganda sites on the internet, before finally breaking into the mainstream media by hacking into the news channel's broadcast signal and airing a viral massage to the people of Alataria


    4. I closed the door out of habit, mostly because of Soot encounters, but thinking about it, I reopened the door, thinking that the room was doing well during its airing out procedure, and Soot wasn’t around to despoil things anyway


    5. He’d stashed the album at the back of the airing cupboard and wondered how Dawn had found it


    6. The lads were planning a disco trip that weekend so that would be when his new overcoat was given its first airing


    7. airing out this dark secret


    8. · Polls: People on Twitter like airing their opinions, and polls are a great way to allow your followers to do so


    9. she didn’t want me airing her brothers’ and sisters’ dirty laundry about


    10. BEHIND THE CRIMES had its own office area a week before it started airing




















































    1. amongst the waves and deeps and storm laced airs,


    2. of deep drawn airs


    3. country club, I’ve had to put up with the airs and bloody graces of


    4. ' Mandy followed her glance and was about to boast of her recent tour in the new bungalows, anxious to to share her experience with some friendly ear; when the woman remarked snidely, “I can't see where they get off, putting on airs and assuming they can just buy a station in the community that's so obviously above their rank or right place!”


    5. He was tired of Toad, and his sulks and his airs and his meanness


    6. with serous af airs


    7. That’s why Nerissa played Smyrnan airs between her weaving and the bedchamber


    8. He does not even despise the prejudices of people who are disposed to be so favourable to him, and never treats them with those contemptuous and arrogant airs, which we so often meet with in the proud dignitaries of opulent and well endowed churches


    9. Always having airs, pretending you’re something better


    10. They did not worry a great deal over their shabbiness; but it was rather trying to see Mary Vance coming out in such style and putting on such airs about it, too
















































































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    Synonyms for "air"

    air air travel aviation atmosphere aura airwave line melodic line melodic phrase melody strain tune breeze gentle wind zephyr air out vent ventilate bare publicise publicize beam broadcast send transmit aerate wind puff breath draft ventilation medium stratosphere ether sky publication circulation dissemination disclosure publicity attitude look demeanour appearance manner affectation aspect song aria fan purify freshen report display expose televise publish tell disclose

    "air" definitions

    a mixture of gases (especially oxygen) required for breathing; the stuff that the wind consists of


    the region above the ground


    a distinctive but intangible quality surrounding a person or thing


    a slight wind (usually refreshing)


    the mass of air surrounding the Earth


    once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe (Empedocles)


    a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence


    medium for radio and television broadcasting


    travel via aircraft


    expose to fresh air


    be broadcast


    broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television


    make public


    expose to warm or heated air, so as to dry


    expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen