Consisting of air; as, an airy substance; the airy parts of bodies. (adjective)
Examples of word airy
Philip used sometimes to declare that she had no sentiment; and then he doubted if he should be pleased with her after all if she were at all sentimental; and he rejoiced that she had, in such matters what he called the airy grace of sanity.
This is not to say that I believe in airy-fairy notions of spirit, but I'm willing to pretend, as an expedient fiction, that my id and your id and all the ids coded into artworks throughout our culture form an ... aesthetic-behavioural system of sorts.
Southern Literary Messenger: "Do not these words float in airy waves?"
Do not these words float in airy waves, until the sense is charmed and lulled into delicious reverie, as by the
"The horror of war and the enormous personal sacrifice it draws on cannot be painted in airy pastels."
The wind of evening shook the dark leaves to a thin airy cackle.
No cocoanuts nor bananas were to be seen, though dense, tropic vegetation overran everything, dripping in airy festoons from the sheer lips of the precipices and running riot in all the crannied ledges.
On sultry evenings the Club adjourned to the brook for aquatic exercises, and the members sat about in airy attire, frog-like and cool.