The first Beau Didapper of a critic that passes can shove him aside.
"Letters on Literature" by Andrew Lang
If we stood off th' little didapper all night, you know we can all day.
"The Cruise of the Dry Dock" by T. S. Stribling
Mr Didapper, or beau Didapper, was a young gentleman of about four foot five inches in height.
"Joseph Andrews, Vol. 2" by Henry Fielding
He is so afflicted at her death, that he throws himself into the sea, and is transformed into a didapper.
"The Metamorphoses of Ovid" by Publius Ovidius Naso