Thesaurus / well ventilated
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The hutch must be well ventilated, and it should be made in two compartments, one to admit plenty of light, and the other dark.
Sleep at least nine hours in a well ventilated room, facing east or south.
FOOD FOR THE TRAVELERDORA CATHRINE CRISTINE LIEBEL ROPER
The cells are in long, lofty, well ventilated corridors, each corridor containing one hundred cells.
Why should places where vegetables are stored be well ventilated?
His lodging is made as comfortable as possible, every care being taken to have the barracks dry, warm, and well ventilated.
The apartment should be well ventilated, the linen frequently changed, the discharges promptly removed.
The cellar should be well ventilated, having light as well as air.
It contains fifty-two cells, all of which are of a good size and are well ventilated.
See that the dog has plenty of water to drink and keep him out of all drafts, though the room must be well ventilated.
THE AIREDALEWILLIAMS HAYNES
See to it that the practice room is well ventilated, especially for a chorus rehearsal.
ESSENTIALS IN CONDUCTINGKARL WILSON GEHRKENS