from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who airs or exposes to the air.
- noun A screen for drying clothes, etc.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who exposes to the air.
- noun A frame on which clothes are aired or dried.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A framework upon which
laundryis aired; a clotheshorse
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As soon as it rains I snatch the laundry inside and dry it further on the victorian pulley airer my husband has fixed up in the garage.
When it rains for days on end we make use of this airer, and also drying racks in the kitchens and bathrooms.
I'm on my own and don't exactly have a different outfit on every day, and yet the washing machine sems to be always on and the airer is always bedecked with wet stuff.
This is Lifetime, after all, airer of Drop Dead Diva and the unfortunately-named DietTribe.
We just stayed home at night, I made roast lamb for dinner, with mashed potatoes, vegetables, gravy and garlic sour cream, with a bottle of good wine. the wine smelled almost acid when I opened it, and the taste was also quite sour, then I decanted it and aired it with a nifty wine-airer-thingie I got for Christmas, and the entire taste changed.
If you happened to be doing The New York Times crossword puzzle on Saturday, you saw this, the clue on 21 across was "Situation Room" airer, A-I-R - E-R.
And yes, I'll confess to carpentry - I have made a very useful airer - but I've spent no time whatsoever maintaining the body I had at 28.
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I manage to get the airer filled before I find myself at my notebook flicking through and pondering plot problems and then at the table where my teaching notes for tomorrow eye me accusingly.
We have to get airer her armpits From behind her, he slipped his arms und locked his hands together over her breasts.