airy[ air-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF airy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AIRY
There was a long, airy gallery, in which he was allowed to take exercise any hour of the day.
I had climbed up into the airy heights, I had been writing of millionaires.
Very few houses have a proper place to keep provisions in; the best substitute is a hanging-safe, suspended in an airy situation.
The latter, entirely unabashed, waved an airy gesture, and continued.
Visions are airy; but I propose to see visions for a moment, and Britain as she might be in 1948.
An airy irrelevancy was quite as common as the serious note.
In my youthful haste I asked myself what sort of airy soul she had.
In the inner and airy office, Dunwoodie nodded, motioned at a chair.
They saw a room, like the other bedrooms in the house, large and airy.
His airy play with the texts of Holy Scripture had been too venturesome for many.