Prosaic

pro·sa·ic

adjective \prō-ˈzā-ik\

: dull or ordinary

1.

a :  characteristic of prose as distinguished from poetry : factual

“Most novels are prosaic in style, where as poetry is not.”

b :  dull, unimaginative

“The prosaic grind of the workplace only adds to my mundane routine.”
2.
: everyday, ordinary
 “Obsessed fans read with bated breath about the prosaic events in the lives of celebrities.”
Origin: Late Latin “prosaicus”, from Latin prosa prose.
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