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drafty

adjective \ˈdraf-tē, ˈdräf-\

: having cold air moving through in a way that is unpleasant or uncomfortable

draft·i·erdraft·i·est

Full Definition of DRAFTY

:  exposed to or abounding in drafts of air <a drafty room>
draft·i·ly \-tə-lē\ adverb
draft·i·ness \-tē-nəs\ noun

Examples of DRAFTY

  1. The house is very drafty.

First Known Use of DRAFTY

1846

Rhymes with DRAFTY

DRAFTY Defined for Kids

drafty

adjective \ˈdraf-tē, ˈdräf-\
draft·i·erdraft·i·est

Definition of DRAFTY for Kids

:  having usually cool air moving through <a drafty hall>

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