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aired

aired \aired\ ([^a]rd), adj. abounding in fresh air.

Syn: airy

2. made public by radio or television. The report was aired on the seven o'clock news.

Syn: broadcast

WordNet

aired

adj. open to or abounding in fresh air; "airy rooms" [syn: airy]

Wiktionary

aired

vb. (en-past of: air)

Usage examples of "aired".

By the time the films of the Parapsychic Center's assistance had been widely aired, with a few choice comments on how the Center operated to forestall major disasters, the threatened legal action against the Talents was withdrawn.

Les went on urgently, "but I don't need it to guess some dissident in the common mass of have-nots listened to every word of those 'casts and put what you should never have aired to good use .

What we need to do is flush the whole system, and replant - but it'd be a lot safer to do that somewhere we could get aired up.

It would've given you lifesupport access: water, food, kept the main compartments aired up.

For this visit, all but the engine and fuel storage segments had been aired up and the artificial gravity turned on so the guests could move about more freely.

He held no court in which difficulties could be aired, and had no impartial arbiters to make decisions.

Therefore," and his glance swept the faces around the table, "the subjects of this morning's conversation do not need to be aired again in my presence.

Thinking about it was all she could do, until she had the whole ship aired up and weapons crews to operate the weapons.

The ship’s limited hydroponics space hadn’t begun to replace the air lost to space when the air lock blew out, and she wanted those now airless cargo spaces aired up so they could be inspected and the reserves replaced.

A new starboard air lock, all compartments fully aired up, environmental supplies complete, new crewmembers busy about their tasks.

Ky extended the new docking tube that had been replaced along with the air lock, and aired it up.

If some of what she had said was aired, Sam would probably take it as a personal challenge.

Furled sails would have to be kept aired, otherwise they mildewed overnight.

When you wake in the morning, the naughtiness and evil passions with which you went to bed have been folded up small and placed at the bottom of your mind and on the top, beautifully aired, are spread out your prettier thoughts, ready for you to put on.

Why on earth should their beds be properly aired, seeing that they left them in such a thankless hurry?