Noun(1) a witty satiric verse containing two rhymed couplets and mentioning a famous person
(1) If you don't know what a ‘ clerihew ’ is, I will explain next week, with another example - perhaps about David Beckham.(2) The literary form, the clerihew , was invented by a schoolboy, all about Sir Humphrey Davy who lived with the odium of having discovered sodium.(3) There are also some laughs in the chapter on clerihews .(4) Much of the lightest verse of Rochester or Buckingham has as sharp a wit as one of E. C. Bentley's clerihews .
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