What does prose mean?

prose in AZ Dictionary

(n) Ordinary message or writing, without metrical construction.
(n) Commonplace expression or high quality.
(n) Roman Catholic Church A hymn of unusual meter sung before the Gospel.
(v) To write prose.
(v) To talk or write in a dull, boring design.
(v) To write prose.
(v) to create or duplicate in a dull, tiresome, or prosy way
(a) related to, or made up of, prose; not in verse.
(a) having or displaying unpoetical qualities; ordinary; dull; prosaic.
(v) To write in prose.
(v) To write or duplicate in a dull, tiresome, or prosy way.
regarding or comprising prose; prosaic; maybe not poetic; hence, simple; prevalent.
To write or create in prose: because, a fable prosed or versified.
to create or create in prose.

prose in Community Dictionary

(proz) letter. 1. a supposedly sophisticated method to insult another person's tries to write poetry, 2. on IRC #poetry networks the way in which one lets people understand one considers what they delivered as a poem couldn't meet with the minimum standard. by SamuelReport definition
Ordinary message or writing, without metrical framework.2.u0009Commonplace appearance or quality.3.u0009Roman Catholic Church. A hymn of unusual meter sung before the Gospel. by ColtonReport definition

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    • plain, dull, prosaic, prosify, beprose
  • Antonym for "prose"
    • poeticize, versify, verse, poetry
  • Verb Forms for "prose"
    • prosed, proses, prosing
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  • Hypernym for "prose"
    • style, expressive style
  • Etymologically Related for "prose"
    • prosaic, prosody, prose style
  • Form for "prose"
    • prosed, prosing
  • Same Context for "prose"
    • verse, poetry, write, fiction, narrative
  • Variant for "prose"
    • sequence
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