What is the difference between these two words: airy and aerie?
airy- ( of a room or building ) spacious, ventilated
aerie - a large nest of a bird of prey; For example, an eagle, typically built high in a tree or on a cliff.
Airy means: spacious, well lit, and well ventilated.
Aerie is a large nest of a bird of prey, especially an eagle
Same answer as T Peoples98
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