To purposefully, or perhaps absentmindedly (but unapologetically), bump into someone on the street and continue walking.

The term is derived from the famous music video for "Bittersweet Symphony" by the Verve. The video depicts Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft walking down a sidewalk, bumping into everyone he passes--the implication being that he is unmoved by the presence of the other pedestrians.
"I was walking to work this morning, and this jerk totally verved me. He made me spill my coffee."
by Ger Kilmer. April 10, 2009
Top Definition
Elation or enthusiasm. Liveliness.
The Jazz quartet played with verve. Or, the lottery winner was full of verve.
by R. Tucker September 21, 2006
To be in musical bliss (a) Similar condition to Bjorkasims where you are surrounded by the power of the music, This condition is known by several names, this is one of the more vulgar.

(b)To have heard Bittersweet Symphony too many times, that your brain cells seem to have recorded the song and plays it back to you at the most in-oppotune times. This takes its name from a band of the 90's-00's which is famous for the songs Bittersweet Symphony and The Drugs Don't Work.
(a) She's in a verve, ignore her.
(b)'Coz it's a bittersweet... Damn! If I hear that song one more braincells have been verved
by Soma. September 24, 2005
A strange sexual encounter which includes maple syrup and tree branches. May need to seek medical assistance after coitus.
Dude, I totally verved Anna last night!
by Electric Riot September 19, 2010
pulling a sucky move in counter-strike so as to triger a zoloft attack of epic proportions
Wow that guy just pulled a verve, and now hes freaking out.
by Validuz November 17, 2004
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