Definitions for pied piper
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the hero of a German folk legend, popularized in The Pied Piper of Hamelin (1842) by Robert Browning, who charms the city's rats into a river with his magical pipe-playing.
(sometimes l.c.) a person who induces others to follow or imitate him or her.
That which draws many in its wake.
Origin: From the folk tale of the , who led away the townsfolk's children in revenge for being unpaid for ridding the town of rats.
Pied Piper is a fictional character in the DC Universe. He first appeared in the pages of The Flash #106.
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