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verse

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of verse

  1. 1 a composition using rhythm and often rhyme to create a lyrical effect composed a short verse for his mother's birthday Synonyms lyric, rune, song, poemRelated Words rhyme (also rime); ballad, lay; anacreontic, clerihew, dithyramb, eclogue, elegy, English sonnet, epic, epigram, epode, epopee, epos, georgic, idyll (also idyl), jingle, lament, limerick, madrigal, ode, pastoral, pastorale, psalm, rondeau, rondel (or rondelle), rondelet, sonnet, triolet, villanelle; haiku, senryu, tanka; blank verse, free verse, minstrelsy, poesy, poetry, versification, vers libre

  2. 2 writing that uses rhythm, vivid language, and often rhyme to provoke an emotional response skilled at verse Synonyms minstrelsy, poesy, song, poetryRelated Words rhyme (also rime); blank verse, free verse, vers libreAntonyms prose


verse

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of verse

  1. to give information to while in prison, he versed himself in the rights of the incarcerated Synonyms acquaint, advise, apprise, brief, catch up, clear, clue (in), familiarize, fill in, hip, inform, instruct, tell, enlighten, wise (up)Related Words advertise, alert, notify; announce (to), disclose (to); assure, certify, convince, reassure, warrant; educate, lecture, school, teach, tutor; disabuse, disenchant, disillusion, undeceiveNear Antonyms misinform, mislead


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