adjective, draught·i·er, draught·i·est. Chiefly British.
Related formsdraught·i·ly, adverbdraught·i·ness, noun
Definition for draughty (2 of 2)
adjective, draft·i·er, draft·i·est.
Related formsdraft·i·ly, adverbdraft·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for draughty
Her hands grew terribly cold without it, and it was too draughty to remain there.The Rainbow Book Tales of Fun & Fancy|Mabel Henriette Spielmann
Hoar and the children had migrated to the kitchen at the back, a draughty place hardly large enough for the lot to turn round in.Johnny Ludlow. First Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
I found myself neglected, out there on top the draughty house, while Miss West talked chickens with the Chinese ex-smuggler.The Mutiny of the Elsinore|Jack London
Cold, damp, draughty stables greatly favor the progress of glanders.
In a draughty place the vapour will be lost in a short time.Soap-Bubbles|C. V. Boys