Versicle

Ver"si*cle

(?), n. [L. versiculus, dim. of versus. See Verse.] A little verse; especially, a short verse or text said or sung in public worship by the priest or minister, and followed by a response from the people.
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The psalms were in number fifteen, . . . being digested into versicles.
Strype.
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Ver"si*col`or

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Ver"si*col`ored

(?), } a. [L. versicolor; versare to change + color color.] Having various colors; changeable in color. "Versicolor, sweet-smelling flowers." Burton.
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