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Things ditty often describes (“ditty ________”)
bag, box, dum, bags, boxes

Descriptive words:
little, old, popular, doleful, mournful, simple, plaintive, ancient, sentimental, liquid, english, melancholy, irish, sweet, favourite, merry, amorous, favorite, comic, lively, harmonious, famous, french, cheerful, known, dismal, pleasant, patriotic, humorous, silly, monotonous, rollicking, sad, naval, charming, pastoral, rude, familiar, wild, quaint, excellent, latest, ribald, tuneless, catchy, gay, gaelic, strange, woeful, pathetic, indian, scotch, spanish, flowing, vulgar, lamentable, dirty, obscene, auld, rustic, forlorn, scottish, romantic, bawdy, childish, amatory, amusing, musical, soft, sea, rudest, bacchanalian, satirical, foolish, artless, truer, roman, anonymous, woful, italian

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Book See ditty used in context: 50 rhymes, 6 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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