Prosing vs Rosing - What's the difference?

prosing | rosing |


As an adjective prosing

is writing prose; speaking or writing in a tedious or prosy manner.

As a noun prosing

is tedious talk or writing.

As a verb rosing is

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prosing

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Writing prose; speaking or writing in a tedious or prosy manner.
  • (Sir Walter Scott)

    Noun

  • Tedious talk or writing.
  • * 1870 , Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine
  • I did not like to propose an adjournment thither too hastily, but patiently endured the prosings of my cicerone in the interior of the church.
    (Webster 1913)

    rosing

    English

    Verb

    (head)
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