The Marquis was himself a versifier, and he shared to the full his wife's respect for letters.
These efforts were enough to prove his taste and gifts as a versifier.
It is not rhyming and versing that maketh poesy; one may be a poet without versing, and a versifier without poetry.
He was the poet of pain and of despair, the versifier of Schopenhauer's philosophy.
It is the ambition of many a versifier to be known as a maker of sonnets.
Before the war, the versifier had been on the staff of a Brussels newspaper.
We should "laugh and be well," as enjoined by an old English versifier.
No versifier of the present day lends himself so readily to parody as Mr. Kipling.
He is pronounced to be a versifier rather than a poet, his verse is described as "sprawling and staggering."
He is one of those triflers called poets, me-thinks—a versifier, a scribbler of jingling rhymes.