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ver.

1. verse.
2. version.
References in classic literature ?
"'Times, ver' quiet, ver' soft, like summer night, but when she mad she blaze."
'Peek--christian name; Weeks--surname; good, ver good.
'Ah!' said the count, drawing out the tablets again, 'ver good --fine words to begin a chapter.
As th general arrangements made by Captain Fitz Roy were ver good for facilitating the work of all, and as all had a shar in it, I will describe the system.
"Ver' good boy," said Manuel, slipping out of his boots and disappearing into the black shadows of the lower bunk.
“Certainement,” returned the Frenchman; “you seem ver happy, Mister Todd, in your pratice.
These particulars are for the climate of London; but my meaning is perceived, that you may have ver perpetuum, as the place affords.
"Begar, me remember dem ver well," said the French lieutenant: "me ave read them at school in dans Madam Daciere, des Greek, des Trojan, dey fight for von woman--ouy, ouy, me ave read all dat."
Micawber, struggling; 'and I ne - ver - will - desert Mr.
HEAR UNDERNEAD DIS LAITL STEAN LAIS ROBERT EARL OF HUNTINGTUN NEA ARCIR VER AS HIE SAE GEUD AN PIPL KAULD IM ROBIN HEUD SICK UTLAWS AS HI AN IS MEN VIL ENGLAND NIDIR SI AGEN OBIIT 24 KAL.
It was the queerest household, surely, into which any stranger had ver been precipitated.
"That was ver clever," said he, "and like enough it would ha' served ye had I not stepped aboard.