Definición de prosy en inglés:

prosy

Saltos de línea: prosy
Pronunciación: /ˈprəʊzi
 
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adjetivo (prosier, prosiest)

(Especially of speech or writing) showing no imagination; commonplace or dull: he junked most of the prosy script his handlers had written for him
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Her character portraits are cold and bloodless, the larger vision is prosy and constipated, and her self-conscious literary tone has the musty odor of a vanity-press poetry journal.
  • Even so, better - perhaps - the fake-Scots of this bad-tempered poet's youth than the prosy dreariness of his maturity.
  • With publication, anecdotes became more polished, the characters less distinctive and stereotypical, the prevailing tone patronising and prosy.

Derivativos

prosily

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But some actors declaim it with that incipient sob that used to be the sine qua non of the grand style, while others trundle along prosily.

prosiness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • And while language and the power of speech are the most consistent themes, the execution of the poems themselves - or at least of their translations - tends toward mere prosiness.
  • While many of his contemporaries took poetry toward prosiness, he cultivated what turned out to be a dazzling talent for rhyme.

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Palabra del día anastrophe
Pronunciación: əˈnastrəfi
noun
the inversion of the usual order of words...