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vers-libriste

[ vair-lee-breest; French ver-lee-breest ]
/ ˌvɛər liˈbrist; French vɛr liˈbrist /
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noun, plural vers-li·bristes [vair-lee-breests; French ver-lee-breest]. /ˌvɛər liˈbrists; French vɛr liˈbrist/.
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Origin of vers-libriste

From French; see origin at vers libre, -ist

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