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PROSE, noun s as z. [Latin prosa.]

1. The natural language of man; language loose and unconfined to poetical measure, as opposed to verse or metrical composition.

Things unattempted yet in prose or rhyme.

2. A prayer used in the Romish church on particular days.

PROSE, verb transitive To write in prose

1. To make a tedious relation.