Definition of versa. Meaning of versa. Synonyms of versa

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Adversary Ad`ver*sa*ry, n.; pl. Adversaries. adversarie, direct fr. the Latin, and fr. OF. adversier, aversier, fr. L. adversarius turned toward, (n.) an See Adverse .] One who is turned against or others with a design to

Adversarious

Adversarious Ad`ver*sari*ous, a. [R.] –Southey.

Adversary

Adver*sa*ry, a. 1. Opposed; opposite; antagonistic. [Archaic] –Bp. 2. (Law) Having an opposing not unopposed; as, an adversary suit.

Adversary Ad`ver*sa*ry, n.; pl. Adversaries. adversarie, direct fr. the Latin, and fr. OF. adversier, aversier, fr. L. adversarius turned toward, (n.) an See Adverse .] One who is turned against or others with a design to

Adversative

Adversative Ad*versa*tive, a. [L. fr. adversari.] Expressing contrariety, or antithesis; as, an adversative conjunction however, yet, etc. ); an force. — Ad*versa*tive*ly.

Adversative

Adversative Ad*versa*tive, n. An word. –Harris.

Adversatively

Ad*versa*tive, a. [L. adversativus, fr. adversari.] contrariety, opposition, or antithesis; as, an conjunction (but, however, etc. ); an adversative force. Ad*versa*tive*ly. adv.

Animadversal n. The faculty of perceiving; a percipient. –Dr. H. More.

Anniversaries

An`ni*versa*ry, n.; pl. Anniversaries. [Cf. F. 1. The annual return of the day on which any event took place, or is to be celebrated; as, the anniversary of the Declaration of 2. (R. C. Ch.) The day on which Mass is yearly for the soul of a … the commemoration of some sacred as the dedication of a church or the consecration of a

3. The celebration which takes on an anniversary day. –Dryden.

Anniversarily An`ni*versa*ri*ly, adv. [R.] –Bp. Hall.

Anniversary An`ni*versa*ry, a. [L. anniversarius; year + vertere, versum, to cf. F. anniversaire.] Returning with the at a stated time; annual; as, an anniversary feast. Anniversary day (R.

C. See Anniversary. n. 2. Anniversary week. week in the year in which the meetings of religious and benevolent are held in Boston and New York. U. S.]

Anniversary

Anniversary An`ni*versa*ry, n.; pl. [Cf. F. anniversaire.] 1. The annual of the day on which any notable event place, or is wont to be celebrated; as, the of the Declaration of Independence. 2. (R. C. Ch.) The day on Mass is said yearly for the of a … person; the commemoration of sacred event, as the dedication of a or the consecration of a pope.

3. The celebration takes place on an anniversary –Dryden.

Anniversary day

Anniversary a. [L. anniversarius; annus year + versum, to turn: cf. F. anniversaire.] with the year, at a stated annual; yearly; as, an anniversary Anniversary day (R.

C. Ch.). See Anniversary. n. 2. week. that week in the in which the annual meetings of and benevolent societies are held in and New York. [Eastern U. S.]

Anniversary week

Anniversary a. [L. anniversarius; annus year + versum, to turn: cf. F. anniversaire.] with the year, at a stated annual; yearly; as, an anniversary Anniversary day (R.

C. Ch.). See Anniversary. n. 2. week. that week in the in which the annual meetings of and benevolent societies are held in and New York. [Eastern U. S.]

Aversation

Av`er*sation, n. [L. aversatio, fr. aversari to away, v. intens. of avertere. See .] A turning from with aversion. [Obs.or Archaic] men have a natural aversation to vices or virtues, and a natural to others. –Jer. Taylor.

Bundes-Versammlung

Bundes-Versammlung Bundes-Ver*sammlung, n. bund confederacy + versammlung See Legislature. Switzerland.

Controversal

Con`tro*versal, a. 1. Turning or looking ways. [Obs.] The temple of with his two controversal faces. 2. Controversial. [Obs.] –Boyle.

Controversary Con`tro*versa*ry, a. Controversial. –Bp. Hall.

Conversable

Con*versa*ble, a. [Cf. F. conversable.] for conversation; disposed to converse; free in discourse. While humane, conversable, and kind.

Conversableness

Conversableness Con*versa*ble*ness, n. The of being conversable; disposition to sociability.

Conversance Conver*sance, n. The or quality of being conversant; of familiarity; familiar acquaintance; [R.]

Conversant

Conversant a. [L. conversans, p. pr. of conversari: cf. F. conversant.] 1. frequent or customary intercourse; associated; intimately acquainted. I been conversant with the persons of the age. –Dryden. 2. or acquainted by use or study; well-informed; — generally used with, sometimes with in.

Deeply conversant in the Platonic –Dryden. he uses the different as one who had been conversant with all. –Pope. Conversant with the ways of men. 3. Concerned; occupied. Education. is about children. –W.

Conversational

Conversational Con`ver*sation*al

e]r*s[=a]sh[u^]n*al), a. Pertaining to conversation; in the of one conversing; as, a conversational style.

Conversationalist

Conversationalist Con`ver*sation*al*ist, n. A

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