Noun(1) ordinary writing as distinguished from verse(2) matter of fact, commonplace, or dull expression
(1) a prose passage(2) a short story in prose(3) I chose prose narrative fiction as the crucial focus of comparison and confrontation among cultures of the world.(4) The novel's lyrical prose and descriptions are its strong points.(5) The book is plagued by turgid prose , facile observations, and far-fetched inferences from limited evidence.(6) This is where the prose poem can develop as a major form.(7) And these were many, written in his much admired and inimitable prose style.(8) medical and scientific prose(9) The author is no great prose stylist but the writing is competent and fluent.(10) In a field that is often obscure, he was a master of lucid prose .(11) But Nabokov's beauty is to be found in his stunningly original poetic prose .(12) Strive for lively prose , leaning on strong verbs and sharp nouns.(13) The author's prose is clear and his image of Zimbabwe is accessible and understandable, if perhaps oversimplified.(14) This morning I read it, and it is a lump of leaden prose , ungainly and unattractive, like a plain fat spotty teenager at her prom, dressed like a Christmas cake.(15) Beautifully written in lyrical prose , it includes some wonderful turns of phrase.(16) In all his writings the fruits of observation and reflection were exhibited in lucid prose .