Aeriform [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Aeriform:

Warm dry air, especially when in motion, promotes the aeriform transpiration, by favouring evaporation.

When the principle of attraction prevails, it causes them to become solid; when caloric prevails, they become aeriform.

What is the cause of bodies being either solid, liquid, or aeriform?

Personally I prefer the aeriform fluid in front of the curtain.

Beside these gases, the air always contains a quantity of the vapor of water in a perfectly aeriform and transparent condition.

According to the views we have mentioned, we must ascribe life to a gas, that is, to an aeriform body.

The same object at one moment may be liquid; at the next moment solid; at the next aeriform.

For it must apparently have formed part of an aeriform mass in which they were immersed at an earlier stage of their history.