wind harp [wind] ExamplesWord Origin noun
Origin of wind harp First recorded in 1805–15 Examples from the Web for wind harp Historical Examples of wind harp
She is as soft-spoken as a wind-harp swinging in an abbey door.
He gave his hand to Mela, and said, in his wind-harp stop, “Good-bye.”
William Dean Howells
The stress and wild, uncertain melody of his poetry is like that of the wind-harp.
The dwarf’s scream was like the weird high note of a wind-harp.
Mary Hartwell Catherwood
Had he bungled in giving her a garment where De Courtenay had played on a wind-harp in giving her a little red flower?
Vingie E. Roe
British Dictionary definitions for wind harp wind harp noun
- a less common name for