Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who plays on a bagpipe.
- n. One who plays the bagpipes.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who plays on a bagpipe; a piper.
- n. someone who plays the bagpipe
“Mr. Santorum showed up with a bagpiper leading the way.”
“He tells of a drunken bagpiper who, mistaken for a dead plague victim, was placed on the burial cart.”
“That could mean hiring a gospel choir to sing your favorite song (as one of my brides did) or hiring a bagpiper to play as your guests exit the ceremony as a nod to your Scottish heritage (something I did for another one of my brides).”
“A ceremony to honor the 37 residents who died will feature musical performances, including a bagpiper, with presenting of colors, a procession of local emergency services personnel, official remarks, prayer, and a candlelight vigil.”
“My favorite bagpiper totally friended me on Facebook.”
“Being a reputable bagpiper, I requested several years ago that during rememberence Sunday whilst I was on duty, that I could march the local British Legion parade to the cenotaph wearing my tunic with kilt, playing the bagpipes.”
“It suggested there was no more important place to be at 10:30 a.m., the ungainly hour the ceremonies kicked off with a bagpiper Andrew Carnegie immigrated from Scotland serenading the arriving dignitaries.”
“A solitary bagpiper began to play and was quickly surrounded by TV reporters.”
“Then major distraction hits: a Scots bagpiper comes down the American Idol Stairway to Paradise.”
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