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Hyder iddle diddle dell, A yard of pudding is not an ell; Not forgetting tweedle-dye, A tailor's goose will never fly.
It was clearly more than the difference twixt tweedle-dum and tweedle-dee.
Mrs. Tweedle told me not to come home without bringing your story.
THAT FORTUNECHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
Who would complete the pair by being Tweedle-dee 105 no one had been able to coax from her.
A DIXIE SCHOOL GIRLGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
The Frenchman, after passing the suburbs, took out his violin and amused himself with humming to his own tweedle-tweedle.
ARTHUR MERVYNCHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
But neither Tweedle-dum nor Tweedle-dee enlightened the questioners.
A DIXIE SCHOOL GIRLGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
By-and-by he saw a man playing the bagpipes—tweedle-dum, tweedle-dee.
CHILDREN'S LITERATURECHARLES MADISON CURRY
"Tweedle, the rest of their name, is on the back of their collars," Alice explained.
First Jemmy Tweedle felt on his hinder head the direful bone.
Some discourses do little more than show the difference between tweedle-dum and tweedle-dee, and what is the use of that?
TALKS TO FARMERSCHARLES HADDON SPURGEON

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