prosaically

  • 1 prosaically — prosaic ► ADJECTIVE 1) having the style of prose. 2) commonplace; unromantic. DERIVATIVES prosaically adverb …

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  • 2 prosaically — adverb in a matter of fact manner I applied my attention prosaically to my routine • Syn: ↑unimaginatively • Derived from adjective: ↑prosaic …

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  • 3 Prosaically — Prosaic Pro*sa ic, Prosaical Pro*sa ic*al, a. [L. prosaius, from prosa prose: cf. F,. prosa[ i]que. See {Prose}.] 1. Of or pertaining to prose; resembling prose; in the form of prose; unpoetical; writing or using prose; as, a prosaic composition …

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  • 4 prosaically — adverb see prosaic …

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  • 5 prosaically — See prosaic. * * * …

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  • 6 prosaically — adverb In a prosaic manner; straightforwardly …

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  • 7 prosaically — adv. in a boring manner, tediously; unimaginatively, dully; in the style of prose writing …

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  • 8 prosaically — pro·sa·i·cal·ly …

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  • 9 prosaically — See: prosaic …

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  • 10 prosaic — prosaically, adv. prosaicness, n. /proh zay ik/, adj. 1. commonplace or dull; matter of fact or unimaginative: a prosaic mind. 2. of or having the character or form of prose rather than poetry. Also, prosaical. [1650 60; LL prosaicus. See PROSE,… …

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  • 11 prosaic — [[t]proʊze͟ɪɪk[/t]] ADJ GRADED Something that is prosaic is dull and uninteresting. [FORMAL] His instructor offered a more prosaic explanation for the surge in interest... The truth is more prosaic. Syn: mundane Ant: interesting Derived words:… …

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  • 12 unimaginatively — adverb 1. in a matter of fact manner I applied my attention prosaically to my routine • Syn: ↑prosaically • Derived from adjective: ↑prosaic (for: ↑prosaically) 2. without imagination …

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  • 13 prosaic — adjective Etymology: Late Latin prosaicus, from Latin prosa prose Date: circa 1656 1. a. characteristic of prose as distinguished from poetry ; factual b. dull, unimaginative < prosaic advice > 2. everyday, ordinary …

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  • 14 gray — I. adjective also grey Etymology: Middle English, from Old English grǣg; akin to Old High German grīs, grāo gray Date: before 12th century 1. a. of the color gray b. tending toward gray < blue gray eyes > c. dull in color 2 …

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