noun, plural aer·ies.
Origin of aerie
Examples from the Web for aerie
The great panorama of the Gulf lay unfolded beneath their aerie.Terry|Charles Goff Thomson
Its aerie is about two yards wide, and is generally situated in the forests bordering on the sea or great lakes.Reptiles and Birds|Louis Figuier
We slept soundly in our cave, and at the earliest dawn clambered back into our aerie.In the Eastern Seas|W.H.G. Kingston
From this aerie Hal could glimpse a bit of the village; the prim church spire; the tiny, far gravestones sleeping on Croft Hill.Cursed|George Allan England
An eagle builds its aerie or nest upon a crag or inaccessible height above ordinary birds.Selections From American Poetry|Various