English to Urdu Dictionary prose


prosing on about female beauty
talk tediously.
compose or convert into prose.
a short story in prose
written or spoken language in its ordinary form, without metrical structure.
And these were many, written in his much admired and inimitable 'prose' style.
In a field that is often obscure, he was a master of lucid 'prose' .
The author's 'prose' throughout the work is little short of flawless.
His approach allowed me to see that not all food writing has to be flowery 'prose' .
His lifelong concern with the South also pervades most of his non-fiction 'prose' works.
In order to obtain formal grace, 'prose' writers had to lessen their ambitions.
a short story in 'prose'
This morning I read it, and it is a lump of leaden 'prose' , ungainly and unattractive, like a plain fat spotty teenager at her prom, dressed like a Christmas cake.
The author is no great 'prose' stylist but the writing is competent and fluent.
In all his writings the fruits of observation and reflection were exhibited in lucid 'prose' .
The novel's lyrical 'prose' and descriptions are its strong points.
All infused new life and elegance into Urdu 'prose' .
medical and scientific 'prose'
a 'prose' passage
closely typed in best office 'prose'
He points to the clear, simple 'prose' of Ernest Hemingway and Samuel Beckett as examples of brilliant writing that is not bewildering for its complexity.
The author's 'prose' is clear and his image of Zimbabwe is accessible and understandable, if perhaps oversimplified.
Beautifully written in lyrical 'prose' , it includes some wonderful turns of phrase.
a 'prose' passage
The book is plagued by turgid 'prose' , facile observations, and far-fetched inferences from limited evidence.
This is where the 'prose' poem can develop as a major form.
But Nabokov's beauty is to be found in his stunningly original poetic 'prose' .
a short story in 'prose'
So I think people who are trying to help students genuinely write better English 'prose' are doing a noble service.
I chose 'prose' narrative fiction as the crucial focus of comparison and confrontation among cultures of the world.
Strive for lively 'prose' , leaning on strong verbs and sharp nouns.
To say that a man cannot write clear 'prose' is not necessarily to blame him.
‘We were merely 'prosing' about old times.’
He was 'prosing' on again about rigging candidate selection, to the benefit of women and ethnic minorities.
One lesson 'prosed' that the apostle Paul survived the ship wreck at Malta because he had ‘eaten carrots and was strong.’
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