Mrs. Higbee hovered near him with an air of proud ownership.
He sat down in a chair, and stretched out his legs, with an air of being at home.
His senses breathed the air of her perfect and compelling femininity.
He had the air of laying at her feet, as a rug, the whole glorious history of France.
We let the air pass through our closed teeth and we write down "S."
To Kate, for instance, she was a necessity of existence, like light or air.
He has an air, it is true, but his air is not a breeze, like the air of a pretender to fashion.
"Nonsense," he laughed, with the air of a man certain of his facts.
It was quite cool there, very dark, and the air came in through two windows.
Fortunately, there was just then a flood of evening sunshine in the air.