- v. Simple past tense and past participle of waft.
“A keening moan, like a siren song, wafted from a nearby garbage hill.”
“The dangerous scent of oiled leather wafted from the boots when he examined them.”
“There was a large pit in the center of the cave, smoke still wafted from the embers.”
“The slaughterhouse stench wafted from the open window.”
“But no white powder mixed with the black, and only wispy plumes of steam wafted from the fat, high smokestacks of the Sunnsy cement company (its name is from the Chinese shansui, or “mountain water”).”
“The delicious smell of a venison roast wafted from the oven.”
“The smell of pot wafted from the women, and I thought about the fact that my purse was on the floor in the back next to Green Hair.”
“The familiar smell of pig roasting on a spit wafted from the kitchen.”
“The scent of jessamine was wafted from the old gardens that still remained.”
“The air was heavy with their united perfumes, while, wafted from a bed below, came the smoky scent of lavender.”
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