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What is the meaning of whiff in Hindi?

Meaning of whiff in Hindi is : हल्की गन्ध

Definition of word whiff

  • A waft; a brief, gentle breeze; a light gust of air (noun)
  • An odour carried briefly through the air (noun)
  • A short inhalation of breath, especially of smoke from a cigarette or pipe (noun)
  • a slight sign of something (noun)
  • A strike (from the batter’s perspective) (noun)
  • The megrim, a fish with scientific name Lepidorhombus boscii or Lepidorhombus whiffiagonis (noun)
  • To waft. (verb)
  • To sniff. (verb)
  • To strike out. (verb)
  • to attempt to strike and miss, especially being off-balance/vulnerable after missing. (verb)
  • Having a strong or unpleasant odor. (adjective)

Examples of word whiff

  • Actually when the revolution was about to be snuffed out, he got canons into the center of Paris and what he called a whiff of great shot he mowed down the rioters in a vicious by wholly successful attempt to defend the revolution.
  • I'll keep you posted on my experiments with it, in the meantime I'm more than happy to get my thrill by taking a whiff from the jar every now and then.
  • Imperialism itself to the retired elephant hunter who criticises Orwell's inability to put the beast out of its misery - apparently the trick is to aim for the point where the two eye-ear lines cross - these are never less than fascin - ating: a sudden sulphurous whiff from a world in which a writer finds himself turned into a glowing personal presence in the lives of thousands of ordinary people.
  • Herbert; “I'll shuffle my own fortune;” and seizing the cards, he handled them as knowingly as the sibyl herself, and ran over a jargon quite as unintelligible; and then holding them fast, quite out of Effie's reach, he ran on — “Ah, ha — I see the mist going off like the whiff from a Dutchman's pipe; and here's a grand castle, and parks, and pleasure-grounds; and here am I, with a fair blue-eyed lady, within it.”
  • The pipe was passed from mouth to mouth, each one taking a whiff, which is equivalent to the inviolable pledge of faith, of taking salt together among the ancient Britons.


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