Well after midnight, a magnificent high tide arrives, the largest waves smashing against the bases of the ramparts, the sea green and aerated and networked with seething rafts of moonlit foam.
Anthony Doerr -- All the Light We Cannot See
Assume it, and it follows that if all the blood in a man could be aerated with one breath, he might then seal up his nostrils and not fetch another for a considerable time.
Herman Melville -- Moby Dick
The loosely packed soil on the Fowl estate was very well aerated and a lot of that air had entered Mulch’s tubes along with the soil and minerals.
Eoin Colfer -- Artemis Fowl
Hackney cars, cabs, delivery waggons, mailvans, private broughams, aerated mineral water floats with rattling crates of bottles, rattled, rolled, horsedrawn, rapidly.
James Joyce -- Ulysses
They turned then to the necessary animal life — burrowing creatures to open the soil and aerate it: kit fox, kangaroo mouse, desert hare, sand terrapin …. and the predators to keep them in check: desert hawk, dwarf owl, eagle and desert owl; and insects to fill the niches these couldn’t reach: scorpion, centipede, trapdoor spider, the biting wasp and the wormfly …. and the desert bat to keep watch on these.
Frank Herbert -- Dune
And pump it up to settling tanks and aeration tanks.
Don DeLillo -- Underworld
I like to aerate the soil.
Mark Helprin -- A Soldier of the Great War
They went down into the basement, where there was a dark room fitted up as a restaurant, and here the students were able to get the same sort of fare as they might have at an aerated bread shop.
W. Somerset Maugham -- Of Human Bondage
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On his orders his sanitary engineer, William S. MacHarg, built a water-sterilization plant on the fairgrounds that pumped lake water through a succession of large tanks in which the water was aerated and boiled.
Erik Larson -- The Devil in the White City
I got a cup of tea at the Aerated Bread Company and came down to Purfleet by the next train.
Bram Stoker -- Dracula
Manx takes a klondike swig and keenly feels the effect, oh yes, as the Irish aerates a number of crucial passages in his head and chest.