Definitions

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  • adverb dialectal early

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "They're comin 'airly," said John Watson, slowly, as he shook down the bag of seed wheat that he had just filled; "but I guess they are the best judge of whether they can make a livin 'outside any longer.

    Purple Springs

  • The Beethoven piece is tense and the familiar rhythmic stabs at the start (the 'ba-ba-ba-BUUM') is completely different to the first movement of Mahler's which is airly, light, non-rhythmic and starts so quietly, building up so slowly that it's hard to even pinpoint when it actually begins.

    Audio Vision, Part 1

  • "[F] airly run of the mill, lacking the sharp twists and expert pacing that characterize Baldacci's fiction at its best."

    Simple Genius by David Baldacci: Book summary

  • In short, am not nearly so sanguine as you, Kevin, that the problems can be airly dismissed.

    Carver and authorial intention

  • F airly soon after In the Shadow of the Law was published, my editor started talking to me about the next novel.

    Is That Legal?: Japanese American internment Archives

  • F airly soon after In the Shadow of the Law was published, my editor started talking to me about the next novel.

    Is That Legal?: The Next Novel

  • F airly soon after In the Shadow of the Law was published, my editor started talking to me about the next novel.

    Is That Legal?: Books Archives

  • F airly soon after In the Shadow of the Law was published, my editor started talking to me about the next novel.

    Is That Legal?: July 2006 Archives

  • Of a crisp and sunny morning of the airly autumn days

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Of a crisp and sunny morning of the airly autumn days

    When the Frost is on the Punkin...

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