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- adj. comparative form of prosy: more prosy
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The perpetual vines, the bright-faced flat-roofed houses, covered with tiles, the softness and sweetness of the light and air, recalled the prosier portions of the
It was her first experience in shadows cast before, and it came to her with a little shock that no two are ever one in the prosier sense of the theory.
The Stock Exchange was strongly represented, Jerusalem was strongly represented, the bores of the prosier London clubs were strongly represented.
Do leave them to your prosier friends, -- such fellows ought to die
"in liquid lines mellifluously bland," and prosier than all the rest.
Creuxius has a prosier explanation: "_Ad confluentem promontorium assurgit quod saltum nautæ vulgo vocant ab cane hujus nominis qui se alias ex eo loco praecipitum dedit.