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wafter

/ (ˈwɑːftə, ˈwɒf-) /
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noun
a device that causes a draught
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How to use wafter in a sentence

  • Victory-Wafter is another title of Brynhild, since she brought victory to those for whom it was appointed and death to others.

  • "And she carries herself like a wafter on the river," said the bargeman.

    Windsor Castle|William Harrison Ainsworth
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