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airstream

or air stream, air-stream

[ air-streem ]

noun

  1. any localized airflow.


airstream

/ ˈɛəˌstriːm /

noun

  1. a wind, esp at a high altitude
  2. a current of moving air


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Word History and Origins

Origin of airstream1

First recorded in 1865–70; air 1 + stream

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Example Sentences

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Tornadoes typically form during thunderstorms when warm, humid airstreams get trapped beneath cooler, drier winds.

One is burned and damaged; another looks like a 1960s-style Airstream buried in a pile of old furniture, toys, and other junk.

Chris and I are amused by the idea of buying an Airstream trailer and trying out material.

In the meantime, he continued his itinerant existence, sometimes living for months in his Airstream trailer with no phone.

The event stayed light and refreshing as the golden Airstream glowed throughout the evening.

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