Tell and Verse


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Tell verb – To give information to.
Usage example: tell me, when did you begin playing the violin?

Verse and tell are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Verse" instead a verb "Tell".
Nearby Words: telling, teller
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Verse verb – To give information to.
Usage example: while in prison, he versed himself in the rights of the incarcerated

Tell and verse are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Tell" instead a verb "Verse".
Nearby Words: version, versification, versing
Synonyms for Verse

Common collocations

friend tell friend verse friend
times tell times verse times

Both words in one sentence

  • Then, in the final verse, he says "For you the living, this dance is meant too, when you get to my door, tell them Boris sent you."
  • Webcomic / Fuzzy Knights The creator made a Fuzzy Knights tabletop RPG game that basically lets you tell your own stories in the FK 'verse.
  • Web Animation / Weekend Pussy Hunt Knight of Cerebus: If you can't already tell by the abundance of tropes specifically about him, Dirty Dog is arguably this for the entire Spumco-verse; he makes Ren Hoek seem composed in comparison!
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