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waft (pa. t. and pa. pple. “waft”)
1. to convey by water John II. i. 73, 2H6 IV. i. 116 “I must waft thee to thy death,” 3H6 III. iii. 253.
2. to beckon Err. II. ii. 113, Mer.V. V. i. 11, Tim. I. i. 71, Ham. I. iv. 79 “It wafts me still” (Qq “waves”).
3. to turn away Wint. I. ii. 372 “Wafting his eyes.”
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