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The prosaic poetry of what passes for workaday life, all around, even in places and among people accustomed to danger.
SEPT. 11, 2001: AN ORDINARY WORK DAY, THEN SURREAL SCENES OF DREAD AND DEATHDAVID MARANISSSEPTEMBER 10, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Don’t miss out on a possible sale for something as prosaic as a needlessly complicated sign-up process.
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Prosaic cow-punching was relegated to the rear and they looked eagerly forward to their several missions.
HOPALONG CASSIDY'S RUSTLER ROUND-UPCLARENCE EDWARD MULFORD
But it is startling indeed how suddenly sometimes the earth takes on a new wonderfulness, and Saint Prosaic a new halo.
A POOR MAN'S HOUSESTEPHEN SYDNEY REYNOLDS
Prosaic, unimaged, without poetry or myth, they dully persisted until pedlars appeared with Hellenic legends and wares.
THE LORDS OF THE GHOSTLANDEDGAR SALTUS
Prosaic as these journeys may seem, they are nevertheless the inspiration of my hopes, the feeders of my visions.
LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE OF POPULAR LITERATURE AND SCIENCE, VOL. XXVI., DECEMBER, 1880.VARIOUS
Prosaic enough, however, was what she went on to tell him of her struggle for life by day and for learning by night.
GHETTO COMEDIESISRAEL ZANGWILL
Prosaic critics point out that such bowers were used as isolation huts for suspected cases.
BONNIE SCOTLANDA.R. HOPE MONCRIEFF
Prosaic commentators are always asking, Who is meant by a poet, as though a poem were a legal document.
ALEXANDER POPELESLIE STEPHEN
Prosaic people would say "melted snow water," but Hans Andersen would have known better than that.
THE FLAMING SWORD IN SERBIA AND ELSEWHEREMABEL ANNIE BOULTON STOBART
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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