Examples of ditty in a Sentence
Play us a little ditty.
sung a little ditty in a minor key
Recent Examples of ditty from the Web
Kendrick Lamar’s groundbreaking album To Pimp a Butterfly lost the album of the year Grammy to Taylor Swift’s forgettable collection of white-angst ditties two years after Lamar lost best new artist to Macklemore.
For Foster, the ultra-polished ditty was in a sense business as usual.
That's the ditty sung by King George III to his American colonists that sounds like a 1960s British invasion song.
The Standells may have made more than a few bucks from a little ditty about the Charles River’s pollution.
Exactly 100 guests were privy to the private listening party in Shanghai; no one has heard the ditty since, and no one else will – not in this lifetime, anyway.
But there were dissonant notes, too, cutting against the neat ditty about a high-ranking government agent acting on a corrupt partisan agenda.
The good-morning bit was standard fare, but Kelly also sang her own impromptu ditties throughout the day.
What's a Timberlake show without a little ditty from his boy band days?
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DITTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ditty for English Language Learners
: a short and simple song
DITTY Defined for Kids
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