Dittied Dit"tied, a. [From {Ditty}.] Set, sung, or composed as a ditty; -- usually in composition. [1913 Webster]

Who, with his soft pipe, and smooth-dittied song. --Milton. [1913 Webster]

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  • dittied — see ditty v …   Useful english dictionary

  • smooth-dittied — smooth dittˈied adjective (Milton) Set to words that smoothly fit the tune or, possibly, having a smooth ditty, or set of words • • • Main Entry: ↑smooth …   Useful english dictionary

  • ditty — /dit ee/, n., pl. ditties, v., dittied, dittying. n. 1. a poem intended to be sung. 2. a short, simple song. v.i. 3. Obs. to sing. v.t. 4. Obs. to set to or celebrate in music. [1250 1300; ME dite < AF, OF dit(i)e poem, n. use of ptp. of ditier… …   Universalium

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