Example use in sentence:

  • Young children tend to cause a pother when they
    want or need attention from their parents
  • The bird itself seems to be falling, breaking
    asunder into bits of itself, when it hits the ground, it
    will be nothing but a tumble of spiky spars and a
    pother of wind-blown feathers.
  • If you can give no help, spare drowning me with
    your pother.
  • Don’t get yourself all into a pother, take your time
    and you’ll find your keys.




Example Use in Sentence:

The scent of climbing roses wafts through the window.

The music from the party wafts out to the terrace.

The sound of his recitation waft across the house.

A slight breeze rose, wafting the heavy scent of flowers past her.

Open air markets are redolent with spices, while scents of fresh-baked croissants and cafe au lait waft from nearby sidewalk cafes.

Skew whiff

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When your plans go skew whiff you learn to balance.


β€œAsk, and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” Ref: Mathew 7:7

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