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What does the acronym air stand for?
AIR abbreviation definitions:
atmosphere, weather, climate, oxygen.
bearing, appearance, cast, countenance, image, mien, demeanor, spectacle, display, look, view, form, aspect, shape, vista, figure.
notion, mindtrip, say so, leanings, where one is at, like it is, headsets, leaning, stance, Philosophies, headset, head-set.
air, atmosphere, aura.
manner, deportment, method, tactics, conduct, carriage, behavior, way, procedure, practice, comportment.
distinctive quality or character; style
atmosphere, presence, feel, impression, aura, demeanor, bearing, property, effect, appearance, affectation, comportment, quality, ambience, look, pose, feeling, flavor, semblance, address, manner, mood, mien, tone, deportment, mannerism.
cover up, phonies, coverup.
gases forming the atmosphere
whiff, draft, puff, stratosphere, ventilation, ozone, waft, blast, breeze, breath, zephyr, troposphere, heavens, sky, wind.
diapason, strain, assonance, assonances, euphony, tunefulness, Melodies, musicality, melodiousness, lyrics.
mental outlook, way of thinking.
blues, sonata, carol, tune, vocalization, concert, concerto, ballad, serenade, ditty, instrumental, symphony, lullaby, music, ballet, song, chorus, psalm, aria, harmony, hymn, composition, melody, arrangement, bebop, syncopation, score, lyric, quartet, jazz.
aria, strain, lay, melody, theme, song, descant.
efflux, fragrance, pungency, snuff, Pungence, pungencies, musks, musk.
charade, deceit, masquerade, cover, falseness, impersonation, gimmick, bluff, device, fraud, fakery, counterfeit, facade, disguise, front, artificiality, guise, imitation, stage, ostentation, affectation, show, mannerism, pretense, pretension, imposture, claim, forgery, pose.
in circulation, popular, fashionable, abroad, current.
state of mind
chinook, blizzard, cyclone, draft, storm, tornado, gale, twister, gust, tempest, whirlwind, squall, breeze, trade wind, wind, hurricane.
express opinion publicly
disclose, broadcast, speak, voice, publish, divulge, publicize, make known, put, proclaim, utter, display, state, reveal, communicate, make public, tell, declare, disseminate, exhibit.
put into the atmosphere; freshen
air-condition, expel, purify, ventilate, oxygenate, circulate, aerify, refresh, eject, open, cool, fan, expose, aerate.
Examples of usage:
– Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution by L. Carroll Judson
– Love Stories by Mary Roberts Rinehart
– Donal Grant by George MacDonald
– No Man's Land by H. C. McNeile
– Studies in the Out-Lying Fields of Psychic Science by Hudson Tuttle