a type of harp in which the strings are arranged in three rows, used esp for the accompaniment of singing, improvisation on folk tunes, etc
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How to use Welsh harp in a sentence
Your German likes nature, but his idea of nature is a glorified Welsh harp.Three Men on the Bummel | Jerome K. Jerome
We tore along at a tremendous rate after passing the Welsh harp.Number Seventeen | Louis Tracy
On short reflection she sees but one way to restore the broken bottle—by sending to the “Welsh harp” for a whole one.
On short reflection she sees but one way to restore the broken bottle—by sending to the "Welsh harp" for a whole one.
The "Welsh harp" can provide beds for all, and sitting rooms besides.