An English word used informally with unpleasant, foul smells, often used as a synonym for sniff, scent, odour and aroma.
Etymology: The word became popular in the 16th century with tobacco smoking, probably influenced by whiffle "blow in gusts or puffs".
Hey babe come take a whiff of my feet, sweet right?
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