Definition of Ditts
1. ditt [n] - See also: ditt
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Literary usage of Ditts
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Judicature of by Indiana Supreme Court (1875)
"Lonsdale, Adm'r. instructions one, two, and three, asked by the defendant Martin P. ditts. These instructions are as follows: " 1. This is an action brought ..."
2. Catalogue of the Library of the Sacred Harmonic Society by Sacred Harmonic Society Library (1872)
"Presented to the Society by Mr. Thomas Brewer. ,, , } ditts .... In I vol. Berenice ..,. ... ditts. Porus (ditto) ~) Admetus (ditto) I In I vol. ..."
3. Catalogue of the Rhaeto-Romanic Collection Presented to the Library by ...by Cornell University Libraries, Willard Fiske by Cornell University Libraries, Willard Fiske (1894)
"25-26 of the " Bels ditts," and 6 pp. at end of same. The t.-p. of the latter is bd. at the beginning of the vol., in place of the missing t.-p. ..."
4. Western Queen Elizabeth Islands, Arctic Archipelago by Edward T. Tozer, R. Thorsteinsson (1891)
"Her sole devisee was EP ditts, who conveyed certain land devised to him to ST Hovey ... ditts, with the trustee, Hovey, and Swan it Brown, the creditors of ..."