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  • She turns over with a soft whuffle and pulls the blankets farther up over her head in an attempt to muffle their noise.

    Session 2.1: Arborvale « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • Every once in a while she gave a whuffle of laugh.

    Promise of the Wolves

  • Except for the sound of their steps and the occasional soft whuffle of a horse, the group moved without talk, striding briskly as they moved west — Olossiward — along the road.

    Spirit Gate

  • A whuffle and thump came from under the headboard, where her cat Jimbo slept.

    What Dreams May Come

  • The packhorses and I waited silently, while his gelding leaned in to whuffle his hair in curiosity.

    Kushiel's Avatar

  • “Come along, boy, time to go back to the stable,” I said, interrupting him in mid-whuffle with a shake.

    To Say Nothing of the Dog

  • There was a loud whuffle near her head-Magdalen, roused by the noise, leaning out of her stall to investigate.

    Drums of Autumn

  • That sound you hear of capillaries bursting is called a whuffle.

    IndieQuill

  • At first, I thought I could employ the discreet and possibly medically-frowned-upon tactic of all people struck by inconvenient sneezes: pinch my nose and whuffle it.

    IndieQuill

  • Whatever he said to the poor creatures, they seemed to prick their ears a bit and whuffle softly, as if reassured by both his presence and his comments.

    Black Horses For The King

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