airing[ air-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF airing
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There was a nice fire burning in the room, and my night-apparel was airing before it.
He waved his arms, airing his grievance with which for an hour past he had regaled me.
She made the bed which she had been airing, she arranged the linen on the shelves of the press.
It was while Jones was airing these platitudes that Paliser entered the room.
In the club window, on the following afternoon, Jones was airing copy.
She and Miss Woodley had taken an airing to see the poor child, young Rushbrook.
I met your father's partner wandering about, and thought he needed an airing.
Thus the Church members had no means of airing their opinions.
No attempt at breakfast now, no affectation of making a toilet or airing the room.
Northmour himself must have arrived, and was now airing and inspecting the pavilion.
"action of exposing to air," c.1600, from present participle of air (v.). Meaning "display, public exposure is from 1870.