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Word of the Day 05/09/19 Versify

Versify (verb)
versify [ vur-suh-fahy ]


verb (used with object), ver·si·fied, ver·si·fy·ing.
1. to relate, describe, or treat (something) in verse.
2. to convert (prose or other writing) into metrical form.

verb (used without object), ver·si·fied, ver·si·fy·ing.
3. to compose verses.

RELATED FORMS
ver·si·fi·er , noun
un·ver·si·fied , adjective

Origin: 1350–1400; Middle English versifien < Old French versifier < Latin versificāre. See verse, -ify

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