Synonyms of prosaic in English:

prosaic


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adjective

1‘flowers are given variously poetic or prosaic names’

SYNONYMS
unimaginative, uninspired, matter-of-fact, dull, dry, humdrum, mundane, pedestrian, heavy, plodding, lifeless, dead, spiritless, lacklustre, undistinguished, stale, jejune, bland, insipid, vapid, vacuous, banal, hackneyed, trite, literal, factual, unpoetic, unemotional, unsentimental, clear, plain, unadorned, unembellished, unvarnished, monotonous, deadpan, flat
ANTONYMS

imaginative, inspired

2‘Bloomwater's present owner was a more prosaic figure’

SYNONYMS
ordinary, everyday, usual, common, conventional, straightforward, routine, humdrum, commonplace, run-of-the-mill, workaday, businesslike, pedestrian, tame, mundane, dull, dreary, tedious, boring, ho-hum, uninspiring, monotonous
ANTONYMS

interesting