The poet's empire, all our hearts allow; But doggrel's power was never known till now.
The story went abroad in the shape of a ballad with doggrel rhymes.
Then the doggrel letter-press, to explain what wanted no explanation.
Bathing in Loch Fyne the next morning, he got horribly bitten by gad-flies, and vented his smart in a set of doggrel rhymes.
She replied by a cruel dose of common sense, and a doggrel epitaph, which turned his fine phrases into merciless ridicule.
Sternhold and Hopkins, of whom such honourable mention has been made above, were illustrious as doggrel writers.
They are not, indeed, the only doggrel unjustly fathered upon him.
Sometimes a doggrel song is sung, while "Ball" prances about and snaps at the company.
Elderton appears to have ceased pouring forth his doggrel about the time that Deloney began to write.
The facility of doggrel merely of itself could not have yielded the exuberance of his humour and the mordacity of his satire.