Definition of Harped

1. Verb. (past of harp) ¹



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Definition of Harped

1. harp [v] - See also: harp

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Harped

haros
haroset
haroseth
haroseths
harosets
harp
harp closure
harp closures
harp seal
harp seals
harp shackle
harpa
harpagon
harpagons
harpaxophobia
harped (current term)
harper
harpers
harpies
harpin
harping
harping iron
harping irons
harpings
harpins
harpist
harpists
harplike
harpoon
harpoon gun

Literary usage of Harped

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1. The History of Chivalry; Or, Knighthood and Its Times by Charles Mills (1844)
"The minstrels in the castles harped of love as well as of war, and from them (for all young men had not, ..."

2. Novels and romances of the author of Waverley by Walter Scott (1824)
"... of flox-silk and sealed—it had been given in, he said, by a woman, .who did not stop an instant. The contents harped upon the same string which Richie ..."

3. An Exposition of the First Epistle to the Corinthians by Charles Hodge (1860)
"... that as we cannot know what is piped or harped, or be benefited by it, unless we can discriminate the sounds emitted ; so we cannot be benefited by ..."

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