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waftPart of speech: Verb Part of speech: Noun Usage examples "waft":
- And when the storms of midnight rave, While clouds the broad moon cover, The wild gusts waft across the wave The cry of, " Over, over!" - "Maid Marian", Thomas Love Peacock.
- From that point why, now, did the faint breeze begin to waft a low roar of drums of such grave unmartial sort? - "Kincaid's Battery", George W. Cable.
- " I don't know- they just seem to waft themselves to me," said Jim modestly. - "Back To Billabong", Mary Grant Bruce.