Derived forms of harlharling, noun
Word Origin for harl
Words nearby harl
British Dictionary definitions for harl (2 of 2)
How to use harl in a sentence
The White Palmer—dubbed with white peacock's harl, and a black hackle over it.
The Black Palmer—dubbed with black copper coloured peacock's harl, and a black cock's hackle over that, wings, blackbird.
This man here—this Larry of 1935—tells us that only a mechanism is in the larger cage—which is what we thought, Harl.
Never once had Tina and Harl been able to stop simultaneously with it, for a year has so many separate days and hours.
We came to an unoccupied lighted room—Harl's room, though I did not know it then.Astounding Stories, July, 1931|Various