proser


proser
(prô-zé)
   V. a. Mettre en prose.
   Car s'ils font quelque chose, C'est proser de la rime et rimer de la prose, RÉGNIER Sat. IX..
   V. n. Écrire en prose.
   Je harangue et je prose assez facilement, Je n'ai jamais rêvé pour faire un compliment, RAIM. POISSON, Bar. de la Crasse, sc. 5.
   Ah ! du moins, par pitié, s'ils cessaient d'imprimer, Dans le secret contents de proser, de rimer, GILB. Le dix-huitième siècle..
   Prose.

Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré. . 1872-1877.

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