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Airy, 1) consisting of air: “the a. region,” Rom. II, 2, 21. “Echo's a. tongue,” Rom. II, 2, 21 “you a. toys,” Wiv. V, 5, 46. “your a. wings,” R3 IV, 4, 13. 2) dwelling in the air: “like an a. spirit,” Mids. III, 1, 164. “some a. devil,” John III, 2, 2. 3) wrought by spirits of the air: “this a. charm,” Tp. V, 54. 4) unsubstantial: “a. nothing,” Mids. V, 16. “the a. scale of praise,” Compl. 226. a. succeeders of intestate joys (i. e. words) R3 IV, 4, 128. “his a. fame,” Troil. I, 3, 144. “an a. word,” Rom. I, 1, 96. “of so a. and light a quality,” Hml. II, 2, 267.
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