doggerel

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dog·ger·el

 (dô′gər-əl, dŏg′ər-) also dog·grel (dôg′rəl, dŏg′-)
n.
Crudely or irregularly fashioned verse, often of a humorous or burlesque nature.

[From Middle English, poor, worthless, from dogge, dog; see dog.]

dog′ger·el adj.

doggerel

(ˈdɒɡərəl) or

dogrel

n
1. (Poetry)
a. comic verse, usually irregular in measure
b. (as modifier): a doggerel rhythm.
2. nonsense; drivel
[C14 dogerel worthless, perhaps from dogge dog]

dog•ger•el

(ˈdɔ gər əl, ˈdɒg ər-)

adj.
1. (of verse)
a. comic or burlesque, and usu. loose or irregular in measure.
b. crude; having no aesthetic value; poorly written.
n.
2. doggerel verse.
[1350–1400; Middle English; see dog, -rel; compare dog Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.doggerel - a comic verse of irregular measure; "he had heard some silly doggerel that kept running through his mind"
rhyme, verse - a piece of poetry
Translations
شِعْر سَيِّئ
kostrbatý verš
dårlig poesi
fûzfavers
leirburîur, lélegur kveîskapur
pantiņšrīme
kostrbatý verš
kötü şiir

doggerel

[ˈdɒgərəl] Ncoplas fpl de ciego, malos versos mpl

doggerel

[ˈdɒgərəl] n (= bad poetry) → vers m de mirliton

doggerel

n (also doggerel verse)Knittelvers m

doggerel

[ˈdɒgrl] npoesia di scarso valore

doggerel

(ˈdogərəl) noun
bad poetry.
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