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ditty

a short simple song or poem
References in classic literature ?
"Yea, truly," quoth Robin Hood, when the Tanner had made an end of singing, "it is as I remember it, a fair ditty, and a ballad with a pleasing tune of a song."
Like to fair Will, I have no title to my ditty, but thus it runs:
No ditty floated into Blackmoor Vale from the outer world but Tess's mother caught up its notation in a week.
The next cast was a small one, being a sailor's little 'ditty bag', containing needles, thread, and other sewing utensils, then came a razor-case, followed by two or three separate plugs of negro-head, which were fished up from the bottom of the now empty receptacle.
Ms Ditty said: "The average score amongst the biggest fashion brands and retailers is just 21%, showing that there are still far too many big brands lagging behind."
Pc Ditty said he was left in shock and pain but his skin was not broken in the attack.
Fans can witness that on her Facebook page, where on Wednesday she uploaded her anti-Trump ditty "Nasty Man" that has since gone viral, with some 1.7 million views within a day.
Ditty sings personal messages to the melody of famous songs and makes them shareable via Messenger.
Dylan Thomas expert Prof John Goodby of Swansea university has described the impromptu ditty as "no masterpiece" but a very rare, exciting and "pretty valuable" find.
Ditty Cohen lives a sheltered, but content, life in an Australian suburb.
BRUCE DEANE, a former Tattersalls director and the breeder of top juvenile Devon Ditty, died on Saturday aged 79, writes Nancy Sexton.
It's like the annoying USC ditty - why (play it) 50 to 60 times?