- having the form or nature of air; gaseous.
- unsubstantial; unreal.
Origin of aeriform
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Examples from the Web for aeriform
Personally I prefer the aeriform fluid in front of the curtain.Nat Goodwin's Book
Nat C. Goodwin
According to the views we have mentioned, we must ascribe life to a gas, that is, to an aeriform body.A Strange Story, Complete
For it must apparently have formed part of an aeriform mass in which they were immersed at an earlier stage of their history.A Popular History of Astronomy During the Nineteenth Century
Agnes M. (Agnes Mary) Clerke
Warm dry air, especially when in motion, promotes the aeriform transpiration, by favouring evaporation.The Action of Medicines in the System
Frederick William Headland
What is the cause of bodies being either solid, liquid, or aeriform?
- having the form of air; gaseous
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