Definition of Clarsachs

1. clarsach [n] - See also: clarsach



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clarsachs

clarithmetical
clarithromycin
clarities
claritude
claritudes
clarity
clarkeite
clarkia
clarkias
claro
claro-obscuro
claroes
claros
clarré
clarsach
clarsachs (current term)
clart
clarted
clartier
clartiest
clarting
clarts
clarty
clary
clary sage
clas
clash
clashed
clasher
clashers

Literary usage of Clarsachs

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1. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner (1896)
"... spirit which permeates the Ossianic ballads and poems and prose romances, from the days when the earliest Fian bards struck their clarsachs (rude harps) ..."

2. A Short History of the Scottish Highlands and Isles by William Cook Mackenzie (1906)
"love of music is extraordinary : the bards with their glowing imagery, and the harpers with their richly- gemmed clarsachs, are petted and flattered by them ..."

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