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  1. verse

    • IPA[vərs]

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    • n.
      writing arranged with a metrical rhythm, typically having a rhyme;a group of lines that form a unit in a poem or song; a stanza
    • v.
      speak in or compose verse; versify
    • verb: verse, 3rd person present: verses, gerund or present participle: versing, past tense: versed, past participle: versed

    • noun: verse, plural noun: verses

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    • 1. archaic speak in or compose verse; versify he began to verse extemporaneously in her ear thou sat all day, playing on pipes and versing love
    • comb.
      denoting an area of activity or interest or a section of society distinguished by a particular ... mediaverse Twitterverse

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    • comb.
      denoting an area of activity or interest or a section of society distinguished by a particular ... mediaverse Twitterverse

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      experienced or skilled in; knowledgeable about: a solicitor well versed in employment law

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    • adj.
      experienced or skilled in; knowledgeable about: a native Icelander well versed in her country's medieval literature

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    • n.
      a metrical line beginning and ending with the same word.

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    • n.
      poetry that does not rhyme or have a regular rhythm: a poem written in free verse

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    • n.
      a type of verse used for epic or heroic subjects, such as the hexameter, iambic pentameter, or ...

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    • n.
      poetry that does not rhyme or have a regular meter: a poem written in free verse

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • n.
      writing arranged with a metrical rhythm, typically having a rhyme: a lament in verse verse drama
    • v.
      speak in or compose verse; versify: he began to verse extemporaneously in her ear thou sat all day, playing on pipes and versing love

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