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pro·sa·ic  audio  (pr-zk) KEY 

ADJECTIVE:
    1. Consisting or characteristic of prose.
    2. Matter-of-fact; straightforward.
  1. Lacking in imagination and spirit; dull.

ETYMOLOGY:
Late Latin prsaicus, from Latin prsa, prose ; see prose

OTHER FORMS:
pro·sai·cal·ly(Adverb), pro·saic·ness(Noun)


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