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1. A waft of perfume drifted into Ingrid's nostrils.
2. The talk began to waft over me, Halema's guttural Arabic being too quick and too difficult for me to catch.
3. Then the train was gone, in a waft of vacuum that sent a sheet of newsprint spiraling into the sky.
4. The smell of damp and rot seemed to waft from the doorway as if expelled from putrid lungs.
5. An unpleasant smell seemed to waft from the airline bag Mary always carried to school.
6. When she just about fall over, a waft of fragrance makes her stop.
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8. Be that as it would smoke together waft in the wind, with my soul.
9. A waft of perfume can revitalize, cleanse , chan ge how you feel and even as individual.
10. In other words, many of the snobby, clubby vibes that tend to waft around conventional classical music are absent.
11. When she finally dawdled into the kitchen for lunch, she brought a strong waft of cigarette smoke with her.
12. The E320 CDi we sampled uses a 3.2-litre turbo-diesel engine, with power aplenty to waft you along.
13. A new study suggests that a blast akin to one that devastated Iceland in the 1780s would waft noxious gases southwestward and kill tens of thousands of people in Europe.
14. A good year , which this is, of course, will waft.
15. Appearance is like a peony sort, the push aside fragrance waft, luscious aftertaste.
16. Sister train to Europe's Venice Simplon Orient Express, an open-air observation car allows heady aromas of the Orient to waft onboard.
17. The bubble maker is like a sword that you waft in the air.
18. Better still , Mr Sarkozy seems unafraid of the ideas that waft across the Atlantic.