Definition of versability
: capability of being turned
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Origin and Etymology of versability
Late Latin versabilitat-, versabilitas, from Latin versabilis capable of being turned, changeable (from versare, versari to turn + -bilis capable of being acted upon) + -tat-, -tas -ty — more at -able
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