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noun as in harmonica

noun as in mouth organ

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Example Sentences

You would see this young, beautiful man and an orchestra, then you would see a jazz trio and a harp.

Lento The harp is having a moment right now, and I am very much here for it.

For other captions, such as “a snail made of harp,” the results are less good, with images that combine snails and harps in odd ways.

You’re going to want to hear his harp take on Notorious BIG’s “Big Poppa,” and read how the 26-year-old launched a classical response to George Floyd’s death.

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Others described it as sounding like a broken harp or lyre string.

They often harp on the indiscretion, such as an affair, and not the larger picture.

“My job was to assess their fear and then harp on that fear, capitalize on that fear and get them to buy,” said Maddox, 33.

I've been harping on this theme for nearly a decade now, and now it's time to harp again.

Later he started playing classical guitar and then the harp.

Through March 2012, HARP was only permitted to refinance mortgages that were up to 125 percent of the value of a home.

The mirth of timbrels hath ceased, the noise of them that rejoice is ended, the melody of the harp is silent.

Wherefore my bowels shall sound like a harp for Moab, and my inward parts for the brick wall.

Perhaps in the full fruition of your genius your music, like the warm western wind to the harp, may bring life to her soul.

There's Raphael singing, Gabriel accompanying him on the harp, and all the angels flapping their wings to express their joy.

The world was strung with them like a harp, and upon them the wind played a monotonous refrain.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to harp, such as: blues harp, french harp, harmonicon, jaw harp, and mouth harp.

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