verb (used with object), ver·si·fied, ver·si·fy·ing.
verb (used without object), ver·si·fied, ver·si·fy·ing.
Words nearby versify
Origin of versify
OTHER WORDS FROM versifyver·si·fi·er, nounun·ver·si·fied, adjective
Examples from the Web for versify
But I don't think the people had ever much opinion of the Stuarts; but in those days they were all prone to versify.
If a wedding had occurred during his absence he was ready to versify it, and equally ready to lament the loss of a favorite cow.Children's Stories in American Literature, 1660-1860|Henrietta Christian Wright
For the Munstermen have always been more 'prone to versify' than their leaner neighbours on the bogs and stones of Connaught.
I know somebody who is ready to versify to double the extent at the same cost to you, and do his best, too, and you also know.The Brownings|Lilian Whiting
Bolingbroke persuaded Pope to versify portions of the philosophy he admired so extravagantly.The Works of Alexander Pope, Volume 2 (of 10)|Alexander Pope