Antonyms for whiffed

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He whiffed the compound of scents away, as he put down his smoked-out pipe.

It must have whiffed up suddenly, and become commingled with the moss?

Mark, how he paused and whiffed it; now away he goes; yes, straight to our trap.

He whiffed the salt tang of the air and tasted the flying spray.

Seventeen puffs of black vapor—he counted them—whiffed up winsomely from the charred circle.

M. Kollsen whiffed away, however, quite unconscious of what everybody was thinking.

The great Yorkshireman did not answer, but whiffed away, with his dreamy eyes fixed on the fire.

The ray, the blasting ray that whiffed into non-existence all that it touched, was the keynote.

Before the ghost walked he was an elementary hero; one puff of action would have whiffed away his melancholy.

Lawrence sipped and whiffed and held his glass to the light, "excellent whiskey."