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Without ice the refrigerator becomes the very worst sort of crowded, unaired food closet.
Inside the house the air was close and stale, odorous of dry pine walls and of unaired rooms.
SISTERSKATHLEEN NORRIS
Never before were there so many people living in unswept, unaired tenements.
T. DE WITT TALMAGET. DE WITT TALMAGE
There are dozens, you remember, still in the unaired fourth and fifth stories—at "lunching" over their sandwiches.
THE WOMAN WHO TOILSMRS. JOHN VAN VORST AND MARIE VAN VORST
Phil's door was open, his bed unaired, an odor of stale cigarette smoke still in the air.
SATURDAY'S CHILDKATHLEEN NORRIS
The smell of unaired clothes and stale, cheap perfumes made her head ache.
WINNIE CHILDSC. N. WILLIAMSON
A mingling of wet scrubbed floors, unaired rooms, and food for a hundred people always steaming on the stove.
DEAR ENEMYJEAN WEBSTER
It struck cold and noisome, like a peculiarly unaired charnel-house.
SEPTIMUSWILLIAM J. LOCKE
Was he afraid of imperfect drains, unaired mattresses or careless cleaning?
IN THE ONYX LOBBYCAROLYN WELLS
Often the soil is sour, water-logged, unaired and totally unfit for a self-respecting plant to live in.

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