The house must be aired and painted and papered, and window-glass set—there's no end!
She had aired her new accent and her new clothes a trifle too insolently.
The skins that made the rest of the bed were outside to be aired.
These she aired by the fire, and laid them over the mattress when they were quite warm.
We took it off and aired it, and left the strips as they were, to dry some more in the sun.
He aired it by the fire, and remarked that it had turned very cold.
I asked her in the morning if my sheets had been aired, and she said that they had not.
Everything was scrubbed and scoured and swept and dusted and aired.
The garments should be removed, aired and vigorously brushed.
Such articles should be aired by an openwindow during the night.c.