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prosaic
used in Of Human Bondage

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Definition
lacking anything unusual, interesting, or challenging
  • It reminded you not of Watteau, whose landscapes are so idyllic that they recall only the woodland glens seen in dreams, but of the more prosaic Jean-Baptiste Pater.
    63-64 — Chapters 63-64 (69% in)
  • And, an admirable contrast, the article ended with a description of the middle-class, ordinary, prosaic funeral of him who should have been buried like a prince or like a pauper.
    85-86 — Chapters 85-86 (53% in)

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