- Poor little Fanny! It went to my heart to adopt the grand air with her, and tell her to call me 'sir'.
- Poor little Fanny! It went to my heart to adopt the grand air with her, and tell her to call me "sir".
- So the peasant associations are putting on grand airs.
- Daniel: Aunt Jane buys a new bike for Tom. He is putting on grand airs.
- Everything about it had a grand air,--the apartments of the Bishop,the drawing-rooms,the chambers,the principal courtyard,which was very large,with walks encircling it under arcades in the old Florentine fashion,and gardens planted with magnificent trees.
- The air in the garden was warm and fragrant.