Most of the Raymounts were already in the open air, and Hester was the only one in the room.
Her life, claimed by the open air, had its reward—the saddle is no cradle for weaklings.
To get it and keep it seek constant exercise in the open air.
So they decided to take him out by force, and two men dragged him into the open air.
After many hours spent in the open air most of us prefer the quiet of our own rooms.
They replied, however, that they preferred to walk about and wait in the open air.
He rose, and sought the open air; it brought him no restoration.
Religious ceremonies were most often carried on in the open air.
The open air was his school; and everything that riots and rejoices in the open air, he loved.
That is how he will keep in the open air twelve hours a day.