- n. Plural form of harper.
“Briseadh na Faire on the plunger’s post: the condi ‘lord jesus’ remark link is here … the delay quote originated in harpers … there is more here:”
“And I heard a voice out of heaven, as the voice of many waters, and as a voice of great thunder: and the voice which  I heard was as that of harpers, harping with their harps:] The word rendered "harpers,”
“But even harpers say it can be a hard family to love.”
“The harpers bizarre pictures are up on that website.”
“With the harpers, we don't need no steenking cabinet ministers, just steve and john, his bulldog.”
“Would all harpers or healers who attended either Gather present themselves immediately to Journeywoman Desdra in the Small Hall I will address all healers immediately in the Main Hall, if you would be so kind as to assemble there.”
“As harpers and healers began to file into the two assembly points, I slipped away from the Hall, not much wiser and with much to worry about.”
“Masterharper Tirone and a huge number of harpers of various ranks were just arriving, so I didn't miss the entrance of Tolocamp and the gaudily dressed little Anella.”
“One or two harpers or healers might recognize me from their attendance at the Hold, but they wouldn't be looking for Lady Nerilka here in the internment camp, surrounded by infection and vulnerable to discomfort as well as death.”
“I told him to do all the Nursery adults, our three harpers, Felim and his chief assistant, Uncle Munchaun, and Sira, for she alone knew all the brocade patterns that were our especial Hold pride.”
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