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    waft - Dictionary definition and meaning for word waft

    (noun) a long flag; often tapering
    Synonyms : pennant , pennon , streamer
    (verb) be driven or carried along, as by the air
    Example Sentence
    • Sounds wafted into the room
    (verb) blow gently
    Example Sentence
    • A breeze wafted through the door
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for waft

waft=wa+ft===> i.e. FLoating on WAter. i.e. driven slowly by waves.

For "leave", past tense is "left". For "wave", the past tense is "waft".

waft == raft--raft floats/moves in water and

to row a boat we use a RAFT it rhymes vth WAFT ... remebr a rhym .. " row row row your boat gntly down the stream ....

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sounds like "raft", which is used for travelling on water. It gently sails through the sea waves...drifting in the breeze.

waft sound similar to waf(steam) in marathi......remebr it as steam boat......

waft=water float waf-t=in steam waft=WAfer 1 FT above ground level in air

WAFT = water ft; How much water flow into the tank; i.e flowing.

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