- n. Alternative form of hara-kiri. Considered to be incorrect.
- From Japanese. (Wiktionary)
“November 4th, 2005 at 3: 17 pm harikari. com » Blog Archive » What a Difference a Year Makes says:”
“Somewhere in a cheap hotel room in Japan, a petite young woman stands poised with the tip of a sword pushing ever so slightly against her belly, ready to commit harikari over this misfortune.”
“In his veneration for constituted authority I can comprehend something of the Jap's banzais to the Mikado before he commits harikari.”
“A man does not look like that unless he has thought of harikari.”
“As I understand it the difference between seppuku and harikari is the intent beh ...”
“Look at how the Democratic leadership committed harikari in the 1980s rather than support Jesse Jackson’s economic fairness platform. kafka Says:”
“Anybody who’s giddy about the Dems apparently committing political harikari with this legislation are badly missing the point.”
“He was still looking for a way “to fight so gallantly that one’s name goes down in history and commit harikari when nothing is left to one.””
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