air-filled


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Adj.1.air-filled - full of airair-filled - full of air        
full - containing as much or as many as is possible or normal; "a full glass"; "a sky full of stars"; "a full life"; "the auditorium was full to overflowing"
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Berwick Gymnasium Gallery unveils the Generation AIR free exhibition of moving air-filled sculptures.
These were on the car when I bought it, and I was assured that they had advantages over air-filled tires.
Bubble Ball involves playing football with your upper body encased in a giant air-filled bubble.
Thirdly, the sinuses are air-filled spaces in the cheeks, the forehead, between the eyes and back part of the nose - for a total of 10.
Use a paddle to try to hit a small air-filled balloon into each bucket.
Intertissue claimed Soft is had an advantage over rival products as it combined four layers of paper to create air-filled, quilted pockets throughout the roll.
Pilots are required to navigate a low-level aerial racetrack made up of 65ft air-filled pylons.
ETFE is an extraordinarily thin, lightweight, and flexible self-cleaning polymer that, when used in air-filled cushions, is extremely strong (even when its resin is spun as thin as Saran Wrap) and has extraordinary energy saving, insulation, acoustic, light transmission, fire engineering, and structural behavior qualities.
This combination produces large, low density, air-filled flocs that float extremely fast.
This spider weaves an air-filled sack, called an "air bell," underwater.
Heavy duty, air-filled tubes around the circumference of the vessel make many RIBs practically unsinkable.
Infection of air-filled sites is possible, especially if the port of entry is unclean, as in the case of an open facial fracture.