Doggerel

Doggerel is a derogatory term for verse considered of little literary value. The word is likely derived from dog, suggesting either ugliness, puppyish clumsiness, or unpalatability (as in food fit only for dogs). `Doggerel` is observed to have been used as an adjective since the fourteenth century and a noun since at least 1630. ==Variants== Dog.....
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doggerel

[n] - a comic verse of irregular measure
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Doggerel

• (n.) A sort of loose or irregular verse; mean or undignified poetry. • (a.) Low in style, and irregular in measure; as, doggerel rhymes.
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doggerel

doggerel verse noun a comic verse of irregular measure; `he had heard some silly doggerel that kept running through his mind`
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Doggerel

Dog'ger·el adjective [ Middle English dogerel .] Low in style, and irregular in measure; as, doggerel rhymes. « This may well be rhyme doggerel , quod he.» Chaucer.
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Doggerel

Dog'ger·el noun A sort of loose or irregular verse; mean or undignified poetry. « Doggerel like that of Hudibras.» Addison. « The ill-spelt lines of doggerel in which he expressed his reverence for the brave sufferers.» Macaulay.
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doggerel

a comic verse of irregular measure
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doggerel

a comic verse of irregular measure
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doggerel

a low, or trivial, form of verse, loosely constructed and often irregular, but effective because of its simple mnemonic rhyme and loping metre. It ... [1 related articles]
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Doggerel

Bad verse, characterized by clich
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doggerel

bad verse, characterized by clichés, incomprehensibility, and an irregular metre.
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doggerel

Poetical verse written with little regard to rhythm or rhyme. Originally the term was applied to a genre of loose, irregular verses, and it is also used to refer to poetry that is badly written
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Doggerel

Poor quality poetry. The Scottish poet William McGonagall is famous for his doggerel and enjoys the dubious distinction of being regarded as the world's worst poet.
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doggerel

trivial poorly constructed verse 
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