[ adjective air-ee-uh l, ey-eer-ee-uh l; noun air-ee-uh l ]
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


“Keep your eyes open for aerials anywhere, Amy,” said Jessie.

But you say that maybe they could have rigging for the station without any aerials in the open?

The gentleman who got tangled up in our aerials with his airship?

Wire that is used for aerials; this is usually copper or copper alloy.

Had he seen some movement at the window to the right of the wires that led to the aerials?

The continual crackling from her aerials proved also that wireless was being used.

Gritting his teeth, he sped at topmost speed of the house whither the aerials led.

Over all, high chimney stacks and the aerials of a mighty wireless plant dominated the entire works.

Of course such waves vary in length but nevertheless they act on all aerials to a greater or less degree.

This system of aerials picked up those miniature broadcasts and extracted remarkable amounts of information from them.