Rich and chocolaty but airy and cold, this dessert is made even more appealing by how easy it is to prepare.
For years, the triennial confab has been remarkable mostly for airy oratory by national leaders playing to the crowd back home.
The result: Lizzy Grant had turned herself from sweet and airy to sultry and dark.
That was the era of airy elegance and feeble clown shows, of yuck-yuck punchlines and toothy performers saying "Gee whiz!"
With Mercury zipping into its airy home of Gemini, avoid rushing deals, as facts and figures need time to solidify.
There is a special trade department at Stepney Causeway, consisting of a show-room and several large and airy stores.
He was airy in his manner; but I could not say that this was not the worst part of him.
Yet I thought I sensed a movement toward me as airy as the flutter of a bird's wing.
They wore very primitive and airy garments, some even none at all.
The tall Observatory, on its airy steel framework, rises three hundred feet to overlook the wonderful scene.
late 14c., "of the air, made of air," from air (n.1) + -y (2). Meaning "breezy" is attested from 1590s; that of "lively" is from 1640s. Sense of "vain, unsubstantial" is from 1580s. Disparaging airy-fairy is attested from 1920 (earlier in a sense of "delicate or light as a fairy," which is how Tennyson used it in 1830).