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airiest


 
  Overview  of  adj  airy 
 
  The  adj  airy  has  4  senses  (first  1  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (4)  aired,  airy  --  (open  to  or  abounding  in  fresh  air;  "airy  rooms") 
  2.  airy,  impractical,  visionary  --  (not  practical  or  realizable;  speculative;  "airy  theories  about  socioeconomic  improvement";  "visionary  schemes  for  getting  rich") 
  3.  airy  --  (having  little  or  no  perceptible  weight;  so  light  as  to  resemble  air;  "airy  gauze  curtains") 
  4.  aeriform,  aerial,  airy,  aery,  ethereal  --  (characterized  by  lightness  and  insubstantiality;  as  impalpable  or  intangible  as  air;  "figures  light  and  aeriform  come  unlooked  for  and  melt  away"-  Thomas  Carlyle;  "aerial  fancies";  "an  airy  apparition";  "physical  rather  than  ethereal  forms") 
 
  Antonyms  of  adj  airy 
 
  4  senses  of  airy 
 
  Sense  1 
  aired,  airy 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  ventilated)  ->  unventilated 
 
  Sense  2 
  airy,  impractical,  visionary 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  utopian)  ->  dystopian 
 
  Sense  3 
  airy 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  light)  ->  heavy 
 
  Sense  4 
  aeriform,  aerial,  airy,  aery,  ethereal 
 
  INDIRECT  (VIA  insubstantial)  ->  substantial,  real,  material 
 
  Similarity  of  adj  airy 
 
  4  senses  of  airy 
 
  Sense  1 
  aired,  airy 
  =>  ventilated  (vs.  unventilated) 
 
  Sense  2 
  airy,  impractical,  visionary 
  =>  utopian  (vs.  dystopian) 
 
  Sense  3 
  airy 
  =>  light  (vs.  heavy) 
 
  Sense  4 
  aeriform,  aerial,  airy,  aery,  ethereal 
  =>  insubstantial  (vs.  substantial),  unsubstantial,  unreal 
 
  Attributes  of  adj  airy 
 
 
  Familiarity  of  adj  airy 
 
  airy  used  as  an  adjective  is  uncommon  (polysemy  count  =  4) 
 
  Grep  of  adj  airy 
  airy 
  fairy 
  hairy 
  nonhairy 
 
  Overview  of  adj  airy 
 
  The  adj  airy  has  4  senses  (first  1  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (4)  aired,  airy  --  (open  to  or  abounding  in  fresh  air;  "airy  rooms") 
  2.  airy,  impractical,  visionary  --  (not  practical  or  realizable;  speculative;  "airy  theories  about  socioeconomic  improvement";  "visionary  schemes  for  getting  rich") 
  3.  airy  --  (having  little  or  no  perceptible  weight;  so  light  as  to  resemble  air;  "airy  gauze  curtains") 
  4.  aeriform,  aerial,  airy,  aery,  ethereal  --  (characterized  by  lightness  and  insubstantiality;  as  impalpable  or  intangible  as  air;  "figures  light  and  aeriform  come  unlooked  for  and  melt  away"-  Thomas  Carlyle;  "aerial  fancies";  "an  airy  apparition";  "physical  rather  than  ethereal  forms")