adjective, pros·i·er, pros·i·est.
Origin of prosy
Related Words for prosyinnocuous, vapid, trite, bland, banal, ho-hum, stiff, lackluster, passive, listless, static, drab, sluggish, lethargic, unvarnished, pragmatic, deadpan, down-to-earth, stoic, sober
Examples from the Web for prosy
Historical Examples of prosy
In all probability, too, Hans was then about two years old, and "Prosy" a year or two older.Holbein
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.
No, Prosy dear, I shall call you Prosy, whatever the consequences may be.
Sally was reserved about details, but clear about the outcome of her expedition with Prosy.