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.
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.
The yards were squared, and the Harpy soon had steerage way.
Colney had escaped his harpy, and Victor could be called a millionaire and more.