If a man habitually sate down to luncheon, and ate it through, he was contemned as unversed in the science of feeding.
Only brave and simple of heart, and unversed in the ways of darkness.
unversed in law, he was more than a match for the incomparable legal learning of Coke and for his docile bench of judges.
An uncouth creature of the forest was he, unversed in all the arts of love-making.
At the beginning the inquisitors were Dominican friars, presumably good theologians but unversed in the intricacies of the law.
But it was a young hawk, unversed in the way of the muskrat, which had seized him.
In this the father again saw a trap laid for his son, who in worldly matters was as unversed as a child.
She was too unversed in the ways of coquetry to see or resent the point of the remark.
This is on the supposition that the household of Blank are plain, practical women, unversed in the vanities of the world.
But he was unversed in the mysterious processes of feminine emotion.
"practiced," c.1600, from past participle of obsolete verse "to turn over" (a book, subject, etc.) in study or investigation, from Middle French verser "to turn, revolve" as in meditation, from Latin versare "to busy oneself," literally "to turn to" (see versus).