air out

  1. expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen
    air out the smoke-filled rooms
    air the old winter clothes
  2. expose to fresh air
    aerate your old sneakers
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How To Use air out In A Sentence

  • However, of late I've taken to using a bentwood chair on set, but I am writing my next film so I'll be getting the old chair out again.
  • The man frowned again, and Garret fought the urge to scream and pull all his hair out in frustration.
  • Trying not to pull your hair out in irritation, you walk up to the window, draw the curtains, unlatch the window, push it open.
  • It's when the "commitee" grows to include the people in the office, the kid in the mail room, the editors husband and just anyone walking by... it's then that I want to tear my hair out. Your Fate Is in My Hands (mwah-ha-ha)
  • It was so stupid, so frustrating, so embarrassingly moronic, that it made her want to tear her hair out.
  • It looked as if she had used it as a headband to keep her hair out of her face, and believe me, that was a job in itself.
  • Feel the oxygen entering the lungs then blow the air out again. Times, Sunday Times
  • The researchers need to test the material in a vacuum to see how it might perform in space, so they stretch triangular sheets of the cloth over four booms that form a square, and pump all the air out.
  • Let her breathe the air outside of Sanctuary for a time and then ask her the same question. TREASON KEEP
  • She rushed the hair out of her face with a shaky hand, glancing around nervously in the pale gray light of dawn.
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