a right of way in the air space above a property owner’s land and the immovable property on it, subject to the public right of air navigation above the property at a legally prescribed altitude.
such a right sold or leased for use or occupation, especially on a support elevated above an immovable property, as for the erection of an office building over a railroad track.
It can air right after the three-hour Tina Fey-Jon Hamm variety hour.
Newcomers Invade Emmys Choire Sicha August 29, 2010
“We plan to be on the air right straight through the primary, without surcease,” Lugar says.
GOP’s Richard Lugar Faces Hostile Tea Party in Battle to Keep Senate Seat Lloyd Grove March 12, 2012
Maybe he air right in sayin’ that I won’t be welcome; but I’ll do my duty, just th’ same!
In Old Kentucky Edward Marshall and Charles T. Dazey
Up we glides into the air right over the white wake she was leavin’.
Torchy, Private Sec. Sewell Ford
An instant later their baying rang out on the still night air right behind us, and with fearful distinctness.
Andersonville, Volume 3 John McElroy
Pepusch played the air right through; waited a minute or so and recommenced.
Madame Flirt Charles E. Pearce
Remnants of summer continued to hang in the air right into December.
Pelle the Conqueror, Complete Martin Anderson Nexo
A brief moment of tingling silence seemed to hover in the air right after the Nazi U-boat commander stopped speaking.
Dave Dawson on Guadalcanal Robert Sydney Bowen
Yet I drew my sword, and went cutting the air right and left, till I reached the villa of my sweetheart.
Traditions, Superstitions and Folk-lore Charles Hardwick
Likewise the hall waxed hotter and hotter, and the air right heavy to breathe.
Margery [Gred], Complete Georg Ebers
- Air root
air root air root See pneumatophore.
- Air route
a designated route for aircraft flying between particular ground locations at specified minimum altitudes. Historical Examples Even house pets were granted the privilege of traveling by the air route. High Adventure James Norman Hall By the air route he had determined to leave, if by any hook or crook Schneider and himself could get hold […]
- Air sac
a sac containing air. (def 2). any of certain cavities in a bird’s body connected with the lungs. a saclike dilation of the wall of a trachea in many insects. noun any of the membranous air-filled extensions of the lungs of birds, which increase the efficiency of gaseous exchange in the lungs any of the […]
- Air scoop
an air intake that projects into the airflow around a motor vehicle or aircraft in such a way as to provide a steady flow of air for combustion or ventilation. Contemporary Examples Another time, I was shooting a locomotive and it blew up, and some of the stuff got in my air scoop, but I […]