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airy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishairyair‧y /ˈeəri $ ˈeri/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 AIRan airy room or building has plenty of fresh air because it is large or has a lot of windows 🔊 All the hotel’s bedrooms are light and airy.2 HAPPYCONFIDENTdone in a happy and confident way, even when you should be serious or worried 🔊 He dismissed her concerns with an airy wave of the hand.
Examples from the Corpus
airyThe conservatory is light and airy, but remains sufficiently shaded to prevent summer temperatures of getting out of hand.Three further bedrooms and a family bathroom are also accessed from the light, airy first-floor landing.A large airy lounge and adjoining deck make ideal places to relax after a day of hiking.a light, airy, modern homeWe checked in to the bright, airy Parkhotel Den Haag, where the staff were extremely helpful and pleasant."Roman Holiday" is a delightfully airy romance starring Audrey Hepburn.Her light and airy teak interior has four staterooms, each with a private head, plus crew cabin.Stepping into one of the airy, wood-paneled massage rooms begins the relaxation process.light and airyThe counter, and other doors are attractively finished in Ash wood which makes for a light and airy ambience.The conservatory is light and airy, but remains sufficiently shaded to prevent summer temperatures of getting out of hand.The restaurant has a light and airy feel and a grandness in keeping with the rest of the hotel.Instead the room was light and airy, lit by fluorescent lights and smelling pleasantly of air freshener.Wall mounted Honeywell central heating thermostat. 2 windows to either side aspect, making this a very light and airy room.Her light and airy teak interior has four staterooms, each with a private head, plus crew cabin.The bedrooms are light and airy, with pleasant views from their balconies.
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