Drafty [adjective]

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For example, if you have a particularly drafty room in your home, plugging in and snuggling under an electric blanket to read a book or watch a movie can be an amazing treat that might be worth it to you.

He knelt on the drafty hearth, placed the bag of gold beside his knee, and thrust both arms into the black maw of the chimney.

It had been built in Elizabethan times and was cold, drafty and uncomfortable, with not one modern convenience.

Nothing is more uncomfortable in winter than cold and drafty floors.

His head was already aching from the wine and he did not feel comfortable in the drafty old building.

He got houses mended, having rails put on leaking roofs, and Indian mats hung over drafty huts.

These cold, biting winds generally blew from north or east, the main streets being like drafty narrow gorges.

The long, drafty subterranean passage was chilly and dusty, and my candle flared and made the shadows cower and quiver.

What with Christmas only two days away, and a lot of shopping to be done, I can't linger in this drafty station for thanks.

Tyrwhitt and Bell print drafty, explained by full of draff or refuse.