They sat with their faces turned skyward, studying the upper air intently.
With that he locked the vault, and returned to the upper air.
We "had sight of Proteus rising from the sea," but no Triton of the upper air blew his "wreathed horn."
"Now you are getting into the upper air of spiritualism," exulted Fowler.
The poet went on to say: "But to retrace your steps, and escape to the upper air, this is a work, this is a toil."
She had none, save for the upper air, the eyes of the mountain.
You are like Psyche wakened out of her sleep, and for the first time using your wings and living in the upper air.
But to return, and struggle to the upper air, that is the labour.
I can fly with the South-Eastern, more lazily, at all events, than in the upper air.
We of the upper air, do not live alone; we need your life, as well as you do ours.