So I'm not agoin' to put on no airs as if I was a fine lady.
But, Cousin Eustace, you must put off your airs, and come with us to the drawing-room.
He had a lighted cigar in his hand, and brought with him airs of ale and tobacco smoke.
Despite our clothes, despite our airs and graces, we mostly appear to be exactly what we are.
I'm responsible for what he expects: he expects ...