adjective, aer·i·er, aer·i·est.
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Origin of aery1
OTHER WORDS FROM aeryaer·i·ly, adverb
Words nearby aery
Definition for aery (2 of 2)
noun, plural aer·ies.
Example sentences from the Web for aery
The lovers, now that in an aery body they must sorrow for unconsummated love, are 'tangled up as the grass patterns are tangled.'Certain Noble Plays of Japan|Ezra Pound
The aery of the Yosemite eagle is the most sublimely defiant of things built by bird, or beast, or man.Roof and Meadow|Dallas Lore Sharp
The sunset begins to burn red behind Magdalen Tower, all the towers and aery pinnacles rise blue yet distinct against it.
Not Age but Youth of centuries smiles from gray walls and aery pinnacles upon the joyous children of To-day.
Seizing in his hand his club of heavy knotted oak, he seeks with swift pace the aery mountain steep.The Aeneid of Virgil|Virgil