waft[ waft, wahft ]SEE DEFINITION OF waft
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WAFT
One fragrant breath of thee is as a waft of the joys of my youth!
The motion seemed to waft him off so that he knew nothing more.
The clinks of bits and stirrup-irons came down in a waft again.
Scarce a wind can blow that will not waft to you these voices.
Here is the west wind; but only to waft the enemy into our hands.
What avails it me, that all the roses of Shiraz glow and waft incense for me?
You waft me from extreme to extreme, with a rapidity absolutely dizzying.
I will waft you over fields and forests, over strange lands and seas.
And there a waft of soft recollections came across his mind.
"I don't know—they just seem to waft themselves to me," said Jim modestly.