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  • What an air he has. (9)
  • I never knew such air. (9)
  • Kilne sniffed the air. (10)
  • He looked on barren air. (10)
  • He spread new air abroad. (10)
  • So quiet here, and with this delicious air! (9)
  • The cool air refreshed him. (10)
  • He gets them to wear an air. (10)
  • The air was intoxicatingly sweet. (8)
  • He has an air of fierce distraction. (8)
  • It was the air and attitude of a Montoni! (4)
  • His manner had no air of study or exaggeration. (4)
  • Is it an echo from a spirit in the frigid air? (22)
  • James regarded her with the air of an inquisitor. (8)
  • Storm was in the air, and Aminta was on the road. (10)
  • Corte rose to his feet with an air of desperation. (10)
  • She put up her veil to get more air, feeling choked. (8)
  • He has the air of a born horseman, and valses perfectly. (10)
  • She had an air of breeding, something more than breeding. (10)
  • He liked the air of the Island, and he liked being petted. (10)
  • What giant crest dispute with thee Supremacy of air and sky! (10)
  • They walked in the wet, snowy air and over the soaking earth. (12)
  • She, that breath of nimble air, Lifts the breast to giant power. (10)
  • Man or maid sleeping in the open air provokes your tiptoe curiosity. (10)
  • Grace is everything for the balsamic properties of the air, down here. (9)
  • He brought his hand away from his brow wet, though the air was chilly. (8)
  • It was a grand old Italian air, requiring severity of tone and power. (10)
  • I feel as if I had been nailed down in a coffin, and have got fresh air. (10)
  • Emilia was still kneeling before him, eyeing him with a shadowed steadfast air. (10)
  • Toward morning the madness of the fever abated somewhat, and he went forth into the air. (10)
  • Neither assurance nor bashfulness; newspaper print; aid an undoubting air of contentment. (10)
  • No dew was falling yet; the heavy leaves hung unstirring; the air was warm, sweet-smelling. (8)
  • A heavy odour, sensual, sinister, was in the air, as from a sudden flowering of amorous shrubs. (8)
  • The last evening of May; gloaming above the water, dusk resting in the trees, and the air warm! (8)
  • There was an air of privilege around that corner table, as though past masters were eating there. (8)
  • Deire for fresh air, and the neighbourhood of his beloved, sent him on a journey down to Hillford. (10)
  • If it was indeed a voice, the voice, he would have said, was travelling high in air along the sky. (10)
  • The action was scarcely performed, when the bettor flung the glove into the air with all his force. (6)
  • A monotonous betweenwhiles kind of talk they kept droning, in harmony with the still hum of the air. (10)
  • But we may sprinkle our handkerchiefs with it, and we should, if we would caress our noses with an air. (10)
  • Some thistle-down came on what little air there was, and pitched on his moustache more white than itself. (8)
  • Stoller stopped with an air of bewilderment as if surprised on the point of saying that he thought just this. (9)
  • Really, her figure had an air of vindicating her successfully, except for the poison she spat at Diana Warwick. (10)
  • He was just going to get up, when he woke to a sense of freshness in the air, penetrating from the new day outside. (9)
  • Diana would never betray her lover, but the thing was in the air as soon as uttered: and off to the printing-press! (10)
  • From words the pair proceeded to blows, tomahawks flashed in the air, and the once powerful chieftain was laid low. (19)
  • Patrick hummed a bar or two of an air, to hint of his being fanatico per la musica, as a pretext for their departure. (10)
  • The ladies were glad to observe it, seeing that it lent her an air of refinement, and proved her sensible to correction. (10)
  • The lady smiled her sinuous smile and moved towards the door, leaving on the air a faint odour of vinegar and sandalwood. (8)
  • And Gyp, though excited always by anything new, keenly alive to every sort of beauty, felt a longing for air and sunlight. (8)
  • The air of confidence with which he now strode along showed that he was on familiar ground; he had recovered his bearings. (1)
  • Alarm dislodged anger from his jealous heart, and dread of evil put a thousand questions to him that were answered in air. (10)
  • Pressing his hand, she turned away into the house, leaving Courtier gazing at the patch of air where her white figure had stood. (8)
  • Movement, light, color, song, scent, the warm air, and the fluttering leaves were confused, till one had almost become the other. (8)
  • You will be seized before the first verse is out of your lips, and once in their clutches, you will never breathe free air again. (10)
  • Probably the aeronauts were already warming themselves at a farm chimney, for they say it is cold in these unhomely regions of the air. (2)
  • He was essentially a Cambridge man, springy and undemonstrative, with just that air of taking a continual pinch of really perfect snuff. (8)
  • He seemed reasonable, the reverse of hostile, in spite of his commanding air, and that was not unpleasant in one friendly to her adventure. (10)
  • Yet there our battle urges; there Spring heroes many: issuing thence, Names that should leave no vacant air For fresh delight in confidence. (10)
  • I stood alone in the street, wondering, fretting, filled with a variety of ugly sensations, when my father joined me humming an air of the opera. (10)
  • Mr. Darcy was eyeing him with unrestrained wonder, and when at last Mr. Collins allowed him time to speak, replied with an air of distant civility. (4)
  • She struck a toneing warmth through his intelligence, not dissimilar to the livelier circulation of the blood in the frame breathing mountain air. (10)
  • I stood still, breathless, thinking that at last she would consent; but flinging back, up into the air, one dark-ivory arm, she sighed and vanished. (8)
  • Literature thrives in an air laden with tradition, in a soil ripe with immemorial culture, in the temperature, steady and stimulating, of historic associations. (14)

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