- a person who talks or writes in prose.
- a person who talks or writes in a dull or tedious fashion.
Origin of proser
Related Words for prosermundane, humdrum, drab, banal, everyday, workaday, actual, blah, boring, clean, colorless, common, commonplace, dead, dry, dull, factual, flat, hackneyed, irksome
Examples from the Web for proser
Historical Examples of proser
Admetus grieved so deeply at her loss that Proser´pine actually relented, but Pluto remained inexorable.
As we have learned before, Pluto was married to Proser´pine, daughter of Ceres.
Ado'nis, a beautiful youth, beloved by Venus and Proser'pina, who quarrelled about the possession of him.Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1
The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
The round was brought to a close by some rapid exchanges, after which the Proser went down.
After some slight exchanges they began a hammer-and-tongs game, in which Proser scored heavily.