Definition of 'prose'
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Most of the time she just scanned the lines (too fast, I thought, to really be savoring the prose ) her expression impassive. GALILEE (2001)The novels she wrote (in French) belonged to that period of `new wave" films and elliptical, jagged prose. THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (2001)He struck out for the dry ground of fact, and stated it in prose Swift would have been proud of. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
The marvelously melodic prose of Julian of Norwich or Richard Rolle, for example, lends weight to the theory. RIDDLE ME THIS (2001)
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British English: prose NOUN
Prose is ordinary written language, in contrast to poetry.
His prose is stark and chillingly unsentimental.
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