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prosaic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprosaicpro‧sa‧ic /prəʊˈzeɪ-ɪk, prə- $ proʊ-, prə-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 BORINGboring or ordinary 🔊 a prosaic writing style 🔊 The reality, however, is probably more prosaic.prosaically /-kli/ adverb
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prosaicThe furniture is prosaic and modern.Even something as prosaic as a roast chicken Jasper could transform into something nearly lyrical.Both Barham and Summers lifted their performances, and thenceforward what had been prosaic developed a much higher voltage.Reports are commonly prosaic, dull, pompous and patronising and written with selfish disregard for the reader.My diary entries are filled with prosaic happenings.Real danger is prosaic in comparison.He is so absurd that he adds a note of humor to an otherwise dry, tedious, prosaic play.Why in the world would anyone commemorate such prosaic scenes?
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