adjective, pros·i·er, pros·i·est.
Origin of prosy
Examples from the Web for 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.
She would get Prosy by himself, and make him tell her all about it.
The girls call her”—she seemed moved to mirth by the recollection—“Miss Prim and Prosy.The House of a Thousand Candles|Meredith Nicholson
Prosy people were always coming in with requests or complaints, usually the latter.Queed|Henry Sydnor Harrison