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The word PROSE has appeared in at least 173 clues on different crosswords.

PROSE definition(s):

  • ordinary writing as distinguished from verse
  • matter of fact, commonplace, or dull expression

"""Purple"" writing"
"""Your purple ___ just gives you away"" (EMF lyric)"
... but Q remained seated
An essayist's work is in it
Bacon's forte
Bacon's forte.
Book fare
Common speech
Common writing
Commonplace writing
Conversational literature
Dull discourse
"Essay, say"
Essayist's concern.
Essayist's output
Essayist's specialty.
Everday writing
Everyday language
Everyday language.
Everyday speech
Everyday text
Everyday writing
Faulkner's forte.
Flaubert's forte
Form of writing
Form of writing.
Genre of novels and essays
Hawthorne's forte
Henry James's forte
It couldn't be verse
It may be purple
"It's ""architecture, not interior decoration"": Hemingway"
It's no verse
It's not poetry
It's polished at one's desk
It's unmetered
Joyce's forte
Kind of writing.
Literary form.
Literary medium
Literary medium.
Literary output
Literary output.
Long-form writing
Mailer's output
Malamud's forte
Matter-of-fact language
Matter-of-fact writing
Medium for Grisham
Most writing
Nonpoetic writing
Not poetry
Not poetry.
Novel content
Novel makeup
Novel material
Novel medium
Novel or essay
"Novel writing, e.g."
Novelist's forte.
Novelist's output
Novelist's work.
Ordinary language
Ordinary language form
Ordinary language.
Ordinary lines
Ordinary speech
Ordinary speech.
Ordinary talk
Ordinary words
Ordinary writing
"Ordinary writing, as opposed to poetry"
Ordinary writing.
Plain English
Plain language
Plain speaking
Plain talk
Plain talk.
Plain writing
Plain-old paragraph
Poetry alternative
Poetry's opposite
Proust product
Purple ___ (flowery writing)
Purple or measured
"Purple stuff, perhaps"
Regular writing
Rhyme-free writing
Rhythm-free writing
Simple writing
Some literature
Some writing
Some writing.
Sometimes purple output
Spoken language
Standard paragraphs
Style of writing
Thackeray's forte
The written word
Twain lines
Type of writing.
Typical writing
Unimpassioned discourse.
Unlike most of Shakespeare
Unmetered writing
Unmetrical language
Unshowy writing
Unversed writing?
Verse inverse?
Verse's converse
What people speak
"Without rhyme, but with reason"
Writer's style
Writer's work.
Writing field
Writing form
Writing lacking meter
Writing medium
Writing style
Writing that's not in verse
Writing without feet?
Written language
"Written words, often"
___ poem.
'Always be a poet, even in ___': Baudelaire
Essay makeup
Plain writing
Novel makeup
Simple writing
Most text
Rhyme-free writing
Much writing
Quietly increased one's ordinary writing
Quietly increased one's ordinary writing
Narrative writing
Novel writing
Writing in favour of the Kentish area
Novelist's output
Plain writing
Everyday language
It's written in a professional way
Poetry's opposite
Language of a novel
It couldn't be verse
Standard speaking
Essayist's writing
Essayist's writing
Plain writing
Novel makeup
Everyday writing
Flowery writing
Unmetered writing
Sue ignoring charming writing
Ordinary writing
Writing style
Ordinary writing
Writing that isn't poetry
Plain speaking
Most writing
Unmetered writing
It isn't poetry
Most writing
Nonpoetic writing
Hemingway's output
Ordinary writing

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