verb (used with object), aer·at·ed, aer·at·ing.
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Contemporary Examples of aerate
For 45 minutes, I get to aerate my brain, turn the world upside down, revel in music, poetry, humor.My Teacher Who Brought Magic to Room 205
Susan Jane Gilman
July 20, 2009
Historical Examples of aerate
Shake well after the final sterilisation, to aerate the medium.The Elements of Bacteriological Technique
John William Henry Eyre
They hung out their washings where machine-gun bullets could aerate them.Young Hilda at the Wars
You can aerate his house, not only with air, but with ideas.Mankind in the Making
H. G. Wells
They only absorb air to supply the tracheæ, which aerate the blood only within the general cavity of the body.Our Common Insects
Alpheus Spring Packard
The object of this arrangement is to break up and aerate the stored grain.