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adjective ver·sal \ˈvər-səl, ˈvär-\

Definition of versal

archaic

  1. :  entire, whole as pale as any clout in the versal world — William Shakespeare

Origin and Etymology of versal

short for 1universal


First Known Use: 1592

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