It was hot in the dusty, draughty streets of the little town.
Rain had begun to fall; the streets looked wild and draughty.
And of course great care will be taken for some little time that they are not left in a damp or draughty place or in the rain.
Supposing the rooms are draughty—I hate a draught myself—where's Toad?
She sat in a large, well-lit—if draughty—room, opposite Mr. Strangman at his table.
The Piazza del Ges is considered to be the most draughty place in Rome.
She was dressed all in black, and had thrown a black scarf over her head, as the room was cold and draughty.
Edward again went on walking and waiting under the draughty roof.
They are admirable for heating difficult rooms—outdoor porches, and draughty halls, and rooms not heated by furnaces.
I never did see such a draughty place as this house, Lemuel.