1. a long flag; often tapering
1. be driven or carried along, as by the air;
2. blow gently;
A waft of perfume can revitalize, cleanse , chan ge how you feel and even as individual.
The bubble maker is like a sword that you waft in the air.
When she just about fall over, a waft of fragrance makes her stop.
Better still , Mr Sarkozy seems unafraid of the ideas that waft across the Atlantic.
So odds are slim they'll waft up to a human nose and fuel sudden passion nightclub.
Be that as it would smoke together waft in the wind, with my soul.
A good year , which this is, of course, will waft.
A waft of perfume drifted into Ingrid's nostrils.
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