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Definition of "wafts" []

  • To carry or be carried gently on or as if on the air or water (verb)
  • The act or an instance of wafting (noun)
  • Something, such as a scent, carried on the air (noun)
  • A wafting motion (noun)
  • (formerly) a signal flag hoisted furled to signify various messages depending on where it was flown (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of waft. (verb)

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Use "wafts" in a sentence
  • "This time, it wafts from the cast and crew of the upcoming sequel to The Hangover, who have heaved their persons up to the moral high ground and refused to let Mel Gibson guest-star in their movie."
  • "The black silhouette of the tree outside scratched its spindly fingers against the glass as “Bobby McGee” wafts from the radio behind Ruthie."
  • "Each day the smell of corn baking wafts from the narrow storefronts located on every street."
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