But hear, ye sons and daughters of liberty, the sounds which the winds are wafting from the western continent.
"The Works of Samuel Johnson, Vol. 6" by Samuel Johnson
Gelsomina staggered back, and sought support against the waft.
"The Bravo" by J. Fenimore Cooper
The following morning the packet got under weigh, and a favorable breeze soon wafted them out of sight of their native shores.
"Precaution" by James Fenimore Cooper
A breath of warm, scented air was wafted to his nostrils.
"Three John Silence Stories" by Algernon Blackwood
I noticed, too, a fragrance of flowers wafted on the air from among the homely fruit-trees.
"The Worlds Greatest Books" by Arthur Mee, J. A. Hammerton, Eds.
The air was keen and scented, wafting the smell of the wooded islands that hung about us in the darkening air.
"Three More John Silence Stories" by Algernon Blackwood
In the same instant, there came to me a sudden waft of the awful smell.
"Carnacki, The Ghost Finder" by William Hope Hodgson
The organ was wafting a melody of Purcell to the furthest limits of the Abbey.
"Buried Alive: A Tale of These Days" by Arnold Bennett
A smell of blistering, burning paint was wafted back to the nostrils of Lieut.
"The Girl Aviators' Sky Cruise" by Margaret Burnham
But even the prairies of the West are destined to waft their superabundance here.
"Personal Memoirs Of A Residence Of Thirty Years With The Indian Tribes On The American Frontiers" by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
In airy circles o'er us fly.
Till wafted by a gentle breeze,
They faint and languish by degrees,
And at a distance die.
"An Ode For St. Cecilia's Day" by Joseph Addison
In paradise where breezes blow,
To cool the heart's hot fever,
The pangs and pain He felt below,
Were waft away forever.
"The Easter Man" by Frank Barbour Coffin
Then nearer did the sunshine creep,
And warmer came the wafting breeze;
The little babe was fast asleep
On mother’s knees.
"The Letter L" by Jean Ingelow
Who waved a hand, O purest wave?
A hand that blessings bore,
And wafted thee, O whitest wave,
Unto the fairest shore,
Ever -- ever -- evermore?
"Fragments From An Epic Poem" by Abram Joseph Ryan
"Thou stoodest, all bright, as in those dreams,
"As if just wafted from above,
"Mingling earth's warmth with heaven's beams,
"And creature to adore and love.
"The Loves of the Angels" by Thomas Moore
Ah! full many a spirit weary,
You have wooed from paths so dreary,
Wafted them above.
Now they say Old Year , we bless thee,
Raise thy head, we would caress thee
For this home of love.
"Passing Of The Old Year" by Mary Weston Fordham
About Me Every Sunday afternoon a wonderful aroma wafts about the station.
The instruments draw air directly from the Front Range's wafting brown pancake of pollution about 30 miles north of Denver, at the edge of the latest surge of housing development.
They say chemicals from a nearby recycling plant are wafting into their neighborhood and making them sick.
Keith Scribner's new novel, The Oregon Experiment, opens with a what you might call a beautiful, wafting description of the smell of mint.
Dwight and Tanya Wamboldt get cigarette smoke wafting into their Vancouver condo bedroom window and patio door.
Only memories waft from Hershey headquarters.
A mysterious scent wafted through the air on my first walk through the woods near my new Northern Michigan home.
Sometimes, though, the wind is kind, cooling with wafting breezes a sweat-soaked brow on a hot, humid summer afternoon.
The smell of fresh baked bread still wafted from within the Waterloo Hostess Bakery on Commercial Street through down town Waterloo this morning.
The smell of garlic fries wafted through the interview room, and he wondered where it was coming from.
Harmless traces of radiation from the stricken nuclear complex in Japan have been detected wafting over the East Coast of the United States, European officials said Monday.
The smell of fresh paint wafts through the air at the M.R.
These potpourri balls will add texture, color, and wafting fragrance to the entry or any other room.
There's a new scent wafting through the city and it's coming from a local company.
There's nothing better than some good tunes to accompany the delicious smells of a barbecue wafting through the air.