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adjective: Universal; whole.
Shortening of universal, from Latin universum (universe). Ultimately from the Indo-European root wer- (to turn or bend), also the source of wring, weird, writhe, worth, revert, universe, verso, versicolor, and animadvert. Earliest documented use: 1590s, in Romeo & Juliet.
"She looks as pale as any clout in the versal world."
William Shakespeare; Romeo & Juliet; 1590s.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Many who have spent a lifetime in it can tell us less of love than the child that lost a dog yesterday. -Thornton Wilder, writer (1897-1975)