Definition of

La-di-da

  1. (adj, all) affectedly genteel

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Origin of the word La-di-da

  1. mocking of affected gentility, c.1883, in derisive imitation of "swell" way of talking. more

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Words that sound like La-di-da

lad, laddie, lade, lady, lady day, laid, laity, lat, late, lath, lathe, lathee, lathi, latitude, latte, laud, laudo, lay out, layette, layout, ld., lead, leaded, led, leda, lede, lee tide, let, let out, lethe, leto, lewd, leyte, lid

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