OTHER WORDS FROM prosypros·i·ly, adverbpros·i·ness, noun
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How to use prosy in a sentence
Whatever the reason was that Sally was quite glad at the appearance of Dr. Prosy, there could be no doubt about the fact.
And shortly afterwards: "I suppose Prosy has a right to his private affairs, as much as I have to mine."
She got implicated in the friend's last dying splash, while Prosy got nearly scot-free.
It was quite true, as Sally had surmised, that poor Prosy had been entangled in the meshes of his Octopus.
Sir Dioscorides Gayler's a cousin of his, you know, and would pass on his practice to Prosy on easy terms.