Prosaic in a Sentence


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Prosaic - Definition


commonplace or dull; unimaginative

Use Prosaic in a sentence



Because the biggest thing in my hometown is the grocery store, the city really is a prosaic little place.


The title of your book is so prosaic that most people are going to walk right past it in the store.


As a whole, prosaic writers tend to write very dull stories which most people never remember.


Edward was a prosaic man who stood out in a room filled with creative people.


Even though the film director described the movie as exciting, the film was actually prosaic and put most of the audience to sleep.



Students were yawning during the prosaic graduation speech.


Other than going to the occasional movie, the boring accountant lived a prosaic life.


Our minister was a prosaic man who ate the same meal for dinner everyday.


Because the mortician was an unimaginative man, my conversation with him was very prosaic.


The critics described the author’s latest book as prosaic and uninspired.


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