[ wahf-cher, waf- ]
/ ˈwɑf tʃər, ˈwæf- /


the act of wafting.
something wafted: waftures of incense.

Origin of wafture

First recorded in 1595–1605; waft + -ure

Example sentences from the Web for wafture

  • And anon he sniffed with his nostrils for a scent of violets, for a wafture from the grave, which came not.

    The Late Tenant |Louis Tracy

British Dictionary definitions for wafture

/ (ˈwɑːftʃə, ˈwɒf-) /

noun archaic

the act of wafting or waving
anything that is wafted