hot air Wietnamski
A hot-air balloon.
Bored with all this grandeur, Madariaga interrupted him. "Lies, nonsense, hot air!" The very idea of a gringo talking to him about nobility!
Look here, Frenchy, scoffed Madariaga. "All these are novels and poems! Pure lies!. Hot air!" He had his private library, vastly more important and glorious, and occupying less space.
Brilliana opened it, and hot air steamed out.
Floating just over the children's heads was the superlative sight of the self- sustaining hot air mobile home.
For ten days Martin tinkered at his hot-air oven or sat at his desk, reading and trying to look busy.
I've been building a self-sustaining hot air mobile home.
Our hot-air balloon rose into the sky.
But the self-sustaining hot air mobile home was no longer alone in the sky.
Then there lifted up a huge gray head that Mowgli knew well, and the hot air was filled with the most desolate cry of all the jungle—the hunting howl of a wolf at midday.
loud and confused and empty talk: rhetoric, empty words, meaninglessness, bunk, nonsensicality, nonsense, hokum, empty talk, palaver
air that has been heated and tends to rise: air