Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of bagpiper.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • It was customary for Michael Conway, a 64-year-old drum major, to look back at his bagpipers and drummers as he led them on parades, lest he march too far ahead.

    St Berthold's Feast Day. . . .

  • Children from the nonprofit group also stood alongside players from both teams during the ceremony as bagpipers played on the infield.

    MLB Nixes Tribute's Capper

  • Children from the group also stood alongside players from both teams during the ceremony as bagpipers played on the infield.

    MLB Nixes Tribute's Capper

  • First responders and military personnel presented ceremonial wreaths, and a procession of bagpipers escorted a piece of steel from the twin towers.

    On 10th 9/11 anniversary, wounds fresh as healing continues

  • Bride arrived separately on a boat with bagpipers ... umm music was sort of strange, too -- but I guess the bride and groom really wanted all of it.

    Jean's Knitting

  • Also, a line of bagpipers could probably convince me to do anything, and nothing fills me with greater glee than a live performance by a good brass quintet.

    Kristin Cashore - An interview with author

  • Local police officers in full dress uniforms and ATF agents from across the country lined more than a quarter mile of Jackson Avenue for the traditional procession, in which a color guard and bagpipers escorted the silver hearse.

    Officers, Family Honor Agent

  • In the early days of the marathon, drum circles and bagpipers would just appear along the route to spur the racers on.

    Marathon Sets the Beat for 130 Bands

  • Pretty soon the bagpipers, Civil War re-enactors, leprechauns, step-dancers, and Boy Scout fife and drum corps will start to gather right in front of our house.

    Lance Mannion:

  • Leading the charge, right behind the bagpipers, is Britain's ambassador, Martin Uden.

    Scots Hope Free Trade Pact Changes South Koreans’ Tastes

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