Madame Beattie was a familiar name to them, but they had never heard she was a harpy.
It was also the day of the man behind the bar, of the gambler, of the harpy.
“Harpy it might have been, but happy it was not,” he answered with a groan.
Their hands, when they possessed them, were like harpy claws.
One is bound to be courteous to a lady, even though that lady be a harpy.
Law is a bottomless pit; it is a cormorant, a harpy, that devours everything.
The yards were squared, and the Harpy soon had steerage way.
Well, Ned,” said Jack, “do you wish yourself on board the Harpy again?
“The Harpy is standing in with a breeze from the offing,” said Gascoigne to Easy.
Colney had escaped his harpy, and Victor could be called a millionaire and more.