Definition of Airinesses

1. airiness [n] - See also: airiness



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Airinesses

airgraphs
airgun
airguns
airhead
airheaded
airheadedness
airheads
airhole
airholes
airhorn
airhorns
airier
airiest
airily
airiness
airinesses (current term)
airing
airing cupboard
airing cupboards
airing out
airings
airish
airlane
airlanes
airless
airless lung
airlessly
airlessness
airlessnesses
airletter

Literary usage of Airinesses

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1. Recollections Grave and Gay by Burton Harrison (1911)
"... extracting from it its perfume, its gaiety, its trembling accent of vitality, its volatile essences and airinesses. Here she is particularly skilful. ..."

2. Longer English Poems: With Notes, Philological and Explanatory, and an by John Wesley Hales (1897)
"The general taste prefers creations more tangible and solid; it cannot be satisfied with spiritual visions; it wearies of pure airinesses; nor can this ..."

3. A Phonographic Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language: Abridged from by William Bolles (1846)
"(pi. airinesses), light as air, thin ; gay, sprightly. Aisle, i'l, n. the walk in a church, or openness, lightness, gayety. Airtight, รค'r-ti't, ..."

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