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noun as in written, nonrhythmic literature


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Ten books in, Whitehead has established a pattern of unpredictability, experimenting across narrative types, structures and even genres, though always delivering sharp observation and rich prose.

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It is the voice that carries the performance — a voice that sounds, simply, the way Twain’s prose reads.

"Red Sands," by Caroline EdenSharp, place-hungry prose invites readers to the desert cafes and city kitchens of Central Asia, in a vivid book leavened with accessible recipes.

Take GPT-3 by OpenAI, which produces startling human-like prose that’s both grammatically correct and stays mostly on topic.

Still, Owusu’s brilliance as a prose writer keeps me hooked even in these moments of uncertainty.

Francine Prose, in a testament to her talents, has managed to create a wartime saga that is both original and epic.

Prose has created an entire world populated with characters that jump off the page.

In Good Prose: The Art of Nonfiction, they record that obsession.

Washington, DC, just a few blocks from Politics and Prose bookstore.

The parallel to which Mr. Ward refers is that contained in the earlier part of the Prose Lancelot.

Finally, when a child, he was carried off by a water maiden, meer-wîb (incident 7) (Lanzelet—Prose Lancelot).

It is unnecessary to say that nothing resembles "Gaspard de la nuit" less than the "Poems in Prose."

According to the Prose Edda, the giant, overcome with fright, took out his knife and severed Thor's line.

Prose, art aside, must needs bristle with things to be discovered; but in verse the most trifling things appear.

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On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prose, such as: composition, essay, fiction, nonfiction, speech, and story.

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