from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or belonging to the air; aërial.
- Cool; fresh.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Appalachian
- adjective Appalachian tending to
put on airs.
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Suggestion: write it down next time and do a run through while waiting “backstage.” — airish
Year round, it was always just airish enough to keep the reptile population in her lean-to down to a bare minimum, and with the deck chairs she had sitting around her card table, it was easy not even to take notice of them, so to speak.
September 10, 2008 at 11:27 am ai no cans finnish storees…as ai is not Finnish ai r duch airish
October 10, 2008 at 4:35 am ohai! diz bee where da parteez at? ai can joyn? airish cawfee wud bee vereh welcum… ai iz all alone at work an iz pleh. sconz sound vereh nomibl!
If all the airish signics of her dipandump helpabit from an Father Hogam till the Mutther Masons could not that Glugg to catch her by the calour of her brideness!
It's airish and dark, and the only way I know I'm in a long hallway and not a humongous room is the echoes.
It was airish in that room, so I was just as glad to put it on.
And in the winter time, it was really airish [Laughter].
Doubtless she couldn't help being airish and arrogant, but we should go slow on toadyism, now and hereafter, in my opinion, which however stands for no more than it amounts to I hasten to say.
The princess would not have been quite so easy and airish, I guess, if she could have foreseen the fate of