Air ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Air ( noun )

  1. The invisible gaseous substance surrounding the earth, a mixture mainly of oxygen and nitrogen.
  2. A particular atmosphere or quality that surrounds a place, person, or thing.
  3. A melody or tune.

Origin:

Old english ǣr, of germanic origin; related to dutch and german aar, from an indo-european root shared by latin aer.

Examples:

  1. The air was filled with the smell of freshly cut grass.
  2. She walked into the room and the air changed, becoming tense and uneasy.
  3. The air was light and joyful as the children laughed and played.
  4. The song has a catchy air that will get stuck in your head.
  5. He hummed a familiar air as he worked in the garden.

(As a verb)

Air ( verb )

  1. The invisible gaseous substance surrounding the earth, a mixture mainly of oxygen and nitrogen.
  2. A particular atmosphere or quality that surrounds a place, person, or thing.
  3. A melody or tune.

Origin:

Old english ǣr, of germanic origin; related to dutch and german aar, from an indo-european root shared by latin aer.

Examples:

  1. The air was filled with the smell of freshly cut grass.
  2. She walked into the room and the air changed, becoming tense and uneasy.
  3. The air was light and joyful as the children laughed and played.
  4. The song has a catchy air that will get stuck in your head.
  5. He hummed a familiar air as he worked in the garden.
Some random words: fatality, homely, nonacademic