“Rolls-Royce has used the term wafting, meaning to pass easily or gently through or as if through the air, to describe the ride of its cars.”
“Hunkered down on this rainy, windy day in Bridgehampton, NY enjoying the aroma of simmering chicken stock wafting from the kitchen.”
“Such is the miasma currently wafting from the Twilight Zone:”
“Mentions of Asbury Park and the Stone Pony were enough to wake up memories of old, the smell of boardwalk fries seemingly wafting from the pages.”
“He says his meal was ruined by the "unrelenting, verbal assaults" that were wafting from the open kitchen into the dining room where he and the restaurant's other customers were trying to eat.”
“Eventually we built a fire, which helped a great deal with the cold wafting from the foggy ocean.”
“After walking two hours, I could smell the sweetness wafting from the warehouse.”
“Breezes wafting from the volcanoes cool the city each morning.”
“Perhaps worst of all, they miss the musty smell of history wafting from a 100-year-old West Reporter.”
“Robert Steinback in the Miami Herald: There's something foul in the air above the devastated Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi coasts, and it isn't the rank miasma wafting from the fetid floodwaters dispatched by two powerful hurricanes.”
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