- versailles, palace of,
- versailles, treaty of,
- versed sine,
Origin of versatile
Examples from the Web for versatility
She was known for her versatility, and was nominated for her performances in Caged, Detective Story, and Interrupted Melody.
But there is no standard in English other than its versatility.
“I was amazed with the versatility of her look,” he explained of Lohan.Lindsay Lohan’s Sister Sets Her Sights on Modeling|Misty White Sidell|May 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I've since tried various replacements, none of which have had the versatility of the original gizmo.
For this versatility, Fox News senior vice president Michael Clemente compares Kelly to Barbara Walters.
The versatility of Lester, so conspicuous throughout his career, was early made apparent.William E. Burton: Actor, Author, and Manager|William L. Keese
Such is the versatility of his nature, that he is called by a variety of names.Talkers|John Bate
My versatility, the quickness with which I seize new points of humor impresses you?The Pursuit|Frank (Frank Mackenzie) Savile
Her production is studded with beauties of thought and phrase that betray a genius of rare vigor and versatility.
It is probable that this versatility prevented his being very great in any one thing, while he was remarkable in many things.A History of Art for Beginners and Students: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture|Clara Erskine Clement