harp away at (someone or something)

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harp away at (someone or something)

To complain about or dwell upon someone or something repeatedly and to the point of tediousness. Mark is always harping away at how little money he makes. I wish he would come up with something new to talk about! You need to stop harping away at your boss and just quit already!
See also: away, harp
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HARPIST Catrin Finch is set to take a break from touring to focus on her family life, though she promises not to put her harp away for good, as she's also aiming to get new material in the bag.
but Morgan uses the harp for mischief, making horrible Evan dance against his will, so the fairies take the harp away because it is only meant to be used for good purposes.