It is cultivated in contact with the air, or in aerated liquids.
If water is impure, it must be boiled and then aerated before it is drunk.
The chief exports are linen, whisky, aerated waters, iron ore and cattle.
They are not true gills, however, as the blood is not aerated in them.
What she wanted from him came out over their aerated sherbet pie.
Thus, the success of aerated bread depends to some extent on the temperature of the mixture when it goes into the oven.
Sir Philip, in his old-fashioned way, raised his glass of aerated water to one and another of the young men.
Steam is generated in one of the ships' boilers, and condensed, filtered, and aerated in a special apparatus.
Upon this property the manufacture of aerated waters depends.
People asked for buns every day—people in railway refreshment rooms, in aerated bread shops.