Meaning: tr
Taşımak(hava, su vb), sürüklemek
Near yonder narrow road stands an old knight's castle; thick ivy creeps over the old ruined walls, leaf over leaf, even to the balcony, in which stands a beautiful maiden. She bends over the balustrades, and looks up the road. No rose on its stem is fresher than she; no apple-blossom, wafted by the wind, floats more lightly than she moves. Her rich silk rustles as she bends over and exclaims, 'Will he not come?'
A warm, lazy breeze wafts across the flat, endless fields.
The smoke rose from the campfire and wafted silently through the pine trees.
A pungent, salty odor wafted from the kitchen.
The aroma of coffee wafted in from the kitchen alluringly.
Added on 2018-07-10 | by redPen | View: 44
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