Just this last night you will be able to carry away with you a whiff of real sweetbriar.
"Rose of Old Harpeth" by Maria Thompson Daviess
It just needs a whiff of tobacco to complete our enjoyment.
"Pearl of Pearl Island" by John Oxenham
You wouldn't mind my taking a whiff, sir, would you?
"Red Money" by Fergus Hume
I catch the whiff of flowers.
"Children of the Market Place" by Edgar Lee Masters
For, to tell the truth, Sancho, she gave me such a whiff of raw onions that it was like to upset me altogether.
"Young Folks Treasury, Volume 3 (of 12)" by Various
The doctor had prescribed a tonic and a whiff of Simla frivolity; but Roy paid no heed.
"Far to Seek" by Maud Diver
I had to sneak away, behind the shrubbery at the end of the garden, for stealthy whiffs.
"Grey Roses" by Henry Harland
It still exhaled, like a whiff of lost roses, something of her vanished grace.
"Slippy McGee, Sometimes Known as the Butterfly Man" by Marie Conway Oemler
Old men smoke slowly and in great whiffs with long intervals of silence between their observations.
"The Strength of Gideon and Other Stories" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
And the whiff of the fresh clover-blossoms?
"The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 12, No. 74, December, 1863" by Various
Here is a whiff
Of beautiful spring flowers;
The big red rose
Is for your nose,
As toward the sky it towers.
"Dear Grif" by Louisa May Alcott
Give ear unto the gentle lay
That's only sad that it may please;
It is discreet, and light it is:
A whiff of wind o'er buds in May.
"Give Ear Unto The Gentle Lay" by Paul Verlaine
You little friend, your nose is ready; you sniff,
Asking for that expected walk,
(Your nostrils full of the happy rabbit-whiff)
And almost talk.
"Dog" by Harold Monro
"Last night the moon had a golden ring,
And to-night no moon we see!"
The skipper, he blew whiff from his pipe,
And a scornful laugh laughed he.
"The Wreck Of The Hesperus" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Some were whose Scent exhaled the Asphodel,
And some whose Smoke gave forth a roseate Smell,
And some poor Weeds that told you at a Whiff
How they were made to Give Away, not Sell.
"The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám Jr." by Wallace Irwin
All things are well with her.
'T is good to be alive, to see the light
That plays upon the grass, to feel (and sigh
With perfect pleasure) the mild breezes stir
Among the garden roses, red and white,
With whiffs of fragrancy.
"Afternoon" by Emma Lazarus
Whiffs in final debate over foreign policy.
This week, Los Angeles got a whiff of the future.
It was not, however, a whiff of burning rubber that gave it away.
If that idea has the whiff of failure about it, well, sniff again.
Despite Smoak 's 2 homers, M's whiff way to ugly loss.
Or, "A Whiff of Nativism".
A Wisp of Carbon, a Whiff of Gases.
It's rare to find a Santa Monica-based festival that doesn't take place within a whiff of the ocean.
Effort to get team in Clovis whiffs.
A whiff of glamour , smuggled from the past.
President shouldn't whiff on second chance for jobs and oil.
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Giants 10, Astros 0 Cain whiffs 14 in first perfecto for franchise.
Like any familiar scent, the whiff of a new car can tug on our emotions.
Southwest coach pokes fun at fantasy whiff.