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ver.

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  1. verse; verses.
  2. version.
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Examples from the Web for ver

Historical Examples

  • He was to be taken across the Ver to be beheaded, but miracles appeared.

    England, Picturesque and Descriptive

    Joel Cook

  • "Yes, it is ver' true, he always play bad," muttered the Pole.

  • He love-a to fight, an' he has been in two duel, dough he is ver' young.

  • Nor can we be certain who were those departed "leaders," "guides," of ver.

  • M'I ver turned round and looked her, with cunning humour, in the face.

    John Splendid

    Neil Munro


Word Origin and History for ver

n.

"springtime," late 14c., from Old French ver or directly from Latin ver (see vernal).

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