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synonyms for prose

  • composition
  • essay
  • fiction
  • nonfiction
  • speech
  • story
  • text
  • writing
  • book
  • exposition
  • talk
  • tongue
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antonyms for prose

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  • truth
  • poem
  • poetry
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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.
'THE WORLD ALWAYS OUTWITS HUMAN INGENUITY.' HOW THE ENERGETIC COVER OF COLSON WHITEHEAD’S UPCOMING NOVEL HARLEM SHUFFLE HINTS AT THE HEIST WITHINLUCY FELDMANFEBRUARY 2, 2021TIME
It is the voice that carries the performance — a voice that sounds, simply, the way Twain’s prose reads.
ACTOR HAL HOLBROOK, INDELIBLE PORTRAYER OF MARK TWAIN, DIES AT 95ADAM BERNSTEINFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
"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 A CULINARY JOURNEY WITH THESE NEW TRAVEL-INSPIRED COOKBOOKSJEN ROSE SMITHJANUARY 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Take GPT-3 by OpenAI, which produces startling human-like prose that’s both grammatically correct and stays mostly on topic.
A LANGUAGE AI IS ACCURATELY PREDICTING COVID-19 ‘ESCAPE’ MUTATIONSSHELLY FANJANUARY 19, 2021SINGULARITY HUB 
Still, Owusu’s brilliance as a prose writer keeps me hooked even in these moments of uncertainty.
FOR A MULTIRACIAL WRITER, A LIFE MARKED BY EARTHQUAKES AND OTHER UPHEAVALSGABRIELLE BELLOTJANUARY 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In North’s galloping prose, it’s a fantastically cinematic adventure that turns the sexual politics of the Old West inside out.
IN ANNA NORTH’S RIVETING ‘OUTLAWED,’ THERE’S NOTHING MORE DANGEROUS THAN A CHILDLESS WOMANRON CHARLESJANUARY 7, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Check out this recent New Yorker piece for some background on the book and a taste of Caesar’s prose, and for another take see Eva Holland’s review for Outside.
THE 2020 SWEAT SCIENCE HOLIDAY BOOK LISTALEX HUTCHINSONDECEMBER 16, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
She taught at universities and colleges — from the City College of New York to Swarthmore and wrote more than 24 poetry collections and six volumes of prose.
GET TO KNOW QUEER LITERARY ICON ADRIENNE RICHKATHI WOLFEDECEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
For the purpose of driving sales, you don’t want the prose of Shakespeare.
THE PROBLEM WITH THE ‘STRUCTURED CONTENT’ MINDSETMORDY OBERSTEINNOVEMBER 25, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
For the reader, it’s all exhilaratingly topsy-turvy, as Taubes’s first two sections are alight with literary fireworks while the last two sections settle surprisingly into more sober prose.
SUSAN TAUBES’S RECENTLY REISSUED ‘DIVORCING’ IS AS HAUNTING AS EVERSCOTT CHESHIREOCTOBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO PROSE

  • banality
  • bromide
  • chestnut
  • cliché
  • corn
  • inanity
  • motto
  • platitude
  • prosaicism
  • prosaism
  • prose
  • rubber-stamp
  • shallowness
  • shibboleth
  • stereotype
  • tag
  • triteness
  • triviality truism
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