Prosaic means ordinary or dull. Most of us lead a prosaic everyday life, sometimes interrupted by some drama or crisis.

Rather prosaic, but it’s fine.

No, he would never do anything that prosaic.

lt’s not that marriage is too prosaic. You want him to have your last name.

“What was prosaic and even vulgar to one generation,” “had been transmuted by the mere passing of years”

No, I mean, you know, cabernets can be powerful and exalting too… but they seem prosaic to me, for some reason, by comparison.

It’s a good line, but I wonder whether they’re really about reassuring platitudes, a prosaic sense of the familiar.

You’re just so prosaic.

I myself suspect a more prosaic motive.