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prosy

adjective \ˈprō-zē\
pros·i·erpros·i·est

Definition of PROSY

:  lacking in qualities that seize the attention or strike the imagination :  commonplace; especially :  tediously dull in speech or manner
pros·i·ly \-zə-lē\ adverb
pros·i·ness \-zē-nəs\ noun

Origin of PROSY

1prose
First Known Use: 1814

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