prosateur

noun
pro·​sa·​teur | \ˌprō-zə-ˈtər \

Definition of prosateur 

: a writer of prose

First Known Use of prosateur

1796, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for prosateur

French, from Italian prosatore, from Medieval Latin prosator, from Latin prosa

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