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Another word for harpy

  1. A person, traditionally a woman, who persistently nags or criticizes

      1. A heavy broad-headed ax formerly used as a weapon.
      2. A heavy ax with a wide blade, formerly used as a weapon of war
      3. (Slang) A woman who is harsh, domineering, etc.
      1. A female fox.
      2. A woman regarded as quarrelsome or ill-tempered.
      3. An ill-tempered, shrewish, or malicious woman
      1. A woman regarded as noisy, scolding, or domineering.
      2. (Archaic) A strong, manlike woman; amazon
      3. A quarrelsome, shrewish woman; scold
      1. A woman regarded as quarrelsome or scolding; a shrew.
      2. (Person, proper) An imaginary deity believed by medieval Christians to be worshiped by Muslims and represented in morality plays as a boisterous, overbearing figure
      3. A boisterous, quarrelsome, scolding woman; shrew
      1. An ill-tempered, nagging woman: a scold.
      2. Any of various small, chiefly insectivorous mammals of the family Soricidae, resembling a mouse but having a long pointed snout and small eyes and ears.
      3. A scolding, bad-tempered woman
      1. One who persistently nags or criticizes:
      2. A person, esp. a woman, who habitually uses abusive language
      1. Violent anger; wild rage
      2. Violent or frenzied action:
      3. Violent anger; rage.
      1. A woman regarded as coarse and shrewishly abusive.
      2. A woman who sells fish.
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Another word for harpy

  1. A shrewish woman

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  2. A greedy person

      1. A ruthless moneylender; a loan shark.
      2. A person who is without pity in business dealings; exacting creditor
      3. (US) A loan shark.
      1. (Informal) A person who lends money at exorbitant or illegal rates of interest
      2. One who lends money at exorbitant interest rates, especially one financed and supported by an organized crime network.
      1. (Informal) A person unusually skilled in a particular activity:
      2. (Informal) A person, such as a loan shark, who takes advantage of the misfortune of others for personal gain.
      3. Any of various orders of cartilaginous fishes that are usually large and mostly marine, having a tough, spiny, usually slate-gray skin, separate lateral gill openings, and a slender, rounded body with the mouth on the underside: most sharks are fish-eaters, and some will attack humans
      1. A person who swindles; cheat