a ventilating shaft in a building.
The air well warmed up, Nature in her jocund mood, still, all leaf and sap.
The Wit of a Duck and Other Papers John Burroughs
Draw the air well in after an outward breath, to empty the lungs.
Steve Young George Manville Fenn
Jane having rested, Brandon offered to teach her the new dance, saying he could whistle an air well enough to give her the step.
When Knighthood Was in Flower Charles Major
Then Louis Raincy whistled an air well known to both of them, “Can ye sew cushions, can ye sew sheets?”
Patsy S. R. Crockett
When these clothes are taken off at night, they should be so spread out, that they will air well before morning.
Child’s Health Primer For Primary Classes Jane Andrews
The moonlight playing across the sky had caught something white and faintly luminous that floated on air well above the tree tops.
The Red Lure Roy J. Snell
The three voices made the air well acquainted with the affair.
Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 84, October, 1864 Various
I don’t call this machine any great beauty, but it seems to cut the air well.
The Forest of Swords Joseph A. Altsheler
a woman who pilots an aircraft.
- Air wood
timber dried naturally by contact with the open air.
(of an aircraft) meeting established standards for safe flight; equipped and maintained in condition to fly. Contemporary Examples The FAA will have to certify SpaceShipTwo as airworthy, but there are as yet no protocols in place for that process. Tycoons in Space: One in Orbit and One Still Grounded Clive Irving October 4, 2014 Historical […]
- Air-bone gap
air-bone gap air-bone gap n. The difference between the threshold for hearing acuity by bone conduction and by air conduction.