versed Definition

  • 1experienced or skilled in; knowledgeable about
  • 2fluent or skilled in a particular language or field of knowledge

Using versed: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "versed" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    She is well versed in the art of negotiation.

  • Example

    He is versed in several programming languages.

  • Example

    The professor is well versed in the history of ancient Greece.

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Phrases with versed

  • well-versed

    thoroughly knowledgeable about something


    He is well-versed in the latest technology trends.

  • having knowledge or experience in a particular field


    She is well versed in the field of medicine.

  • poetry-versing

    the act of composing or reciting poetry


    He spends his free time poetry-versing with his friends.

Origins of versed

from Middle English 'versen', meaning 'to turn'


Summary: versed in Brief

'Versed' [vɜrst] describes someone who is experienced, skilled, or knowledgeable in a particular field or language. It is often used in phrases like 'well-versed' and 'versed in,' as in 'She is well-versed in the art of negotiation.' 'Versed' can also refer to the act of composing or reciting poetry, known as 'poetry-versing.'