>Wednesday’s Word: pneumatic Wat’s it mean?

>pneumatic \noo-MAT-ik\ (adjective)

MSWORD’s definition:
1. using compressed air
2. filled with air (especially compressed air)
3. involving compressed gases
4. of gasses or wind
5. of soul (relating to the soul or spirit) ???
6. having air-filled cavities (describes bird’s bones that contain air-filled cavities)
7. full-breasted (having large breasts)
I can just see this last one being used in erotic romance now. Can you imagine?
He palmed her pneumatic chest with enthusiasm.
Uhm, no. Please, no.

M-W’s Word Central:
1 : of, relating to, or using air, wind, or other gas
2 : moved or worked by air pressure
3 : made to hold or be inflated with compressed air

Using pneumatic tires makes for a smoother ride.

With a pneumatic air gun the tires are inflated in half the time.

About Annie Rayburn/Carol Burnside

As an author of sizzling romance, Annie takes contemporary settings. and incorporates twists with sci-fi and paranormal elements.
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1 Response to >Wednesday’s Word: pneumatic Wat’s it mean?

  1. Cat Schield says:

    >How are things with the move? Are you settling in? Boxes upacked? Have you found a house yet?


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