prosy

[ proh-zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF prosy

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In all probability, too, Hans was then about two years old, and "Prosy" a year or two older.

Fancy Prosy being in love with anybody, or anybody being in love with Prosy!

Prosy showed tact—I must say that for Prosy—distinctly tact.

She would get Prosy by himself, and make him tell her all about it.

Sally was reserved about details, but clear about the outcome of her expedition with Prosy.

No, Prosy dear, I shall call you Prosy, whatever the consequences may be.

She got implicated in the friend's last dying splash, while Prosy got nearly scot-free.

Sir Dioscorides Gayler's a cousin of his, you know, and would pass on his practice to Prosy on easy terms.

The girls call her”—she seemed moved to mirth by the recollection—“Miss Prim and Prosy.

Prosy people were always coming in with requests or complaints, usually the latter.

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