chanty chanty


  • (n) a rhythmical work song originally sung by sailors



  1. Sing a song of sixpencea chanty of three $100 prizes awarded for those three groups of players deemed best by the gaffers sitting in judgment!.
  2. The purpose of this dastardly chanty was, of course, to counteract Henry John Heinz's moral influence in Pittsburgh.
  3. One million and a half copies of this chanty were sold.


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