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woft

  • n  a long flag; often tapering
  • v  be driven or carried along, as by the air
    Sounds wafted into the room
  • v  blow gently
    A breeze wafted through the door

  • Today verses from the Koran waft from a dozen open windows in the town of Bethany.
  • Today verses from the Koran waft from a dozen open windows in the town of Bethany.
  • And from the open doors waft odors of cigarette smoke and Lysol.
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  • Mark Cavendish in Sydney Morning Herald
    Mark Cavendish, following his stage-five victory into Montargis, when asked if he is misunderstood: "I think there's no fire without fuel. I think if you put fuel on the fire it can be other people that waft it to get it bigger. I believe that's...
  • Nigel Lythgoe in Chicago Tribune
    In a March 26 conference call with reporters, executive producer Nigel Lythgoe said the site doesn't cause him any concern: "It'sa bit like a fly buzzing around a cow; you want to waft it away with your tail," Lythgoe said. "When you're...
  • Nick Clegg in RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
    David Cameron is already measuring the curtains in No. 10. He thinks it's his birthright to rule,Clegg said. "He thinks he's entitled to just waft into No. 10 and, as he said in the papers this morning, he doesn't care what [voters] say....

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