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1ex

preposition \(ˈ)eks\

Definition of EX

1
:  out of :  from: as
a :  from a specified place or source
b :  from a specified dam <a promising calf by Eric XVI ex Heatherbell>
2
:  free from :  without: as
a :  without an indicated value or right —used especially of securities
b :  free of charges precedent to removal from the specified place with purchaser to provide means of subsequent transportation <ex dock>

Origin of EX

Latin
First Known Use: circa 1755

Rhymes with EX

2ex

noun

Definition of EX

:  the letter x

First Known Use of EX

1818

3ex

noun

Definition of EX

:  one that formerly held a specified position or place; especially :  a former spouse

Origin of EX

1ex-
First Known Use: 1827

Other Alphabet Terms

cuneiform, linear, minuscule, pictograph, rune, symbology, wedge

4ex

abbreviation

Definition of EX

1
example
2
exchange
3
executive
4
express
5
extra

Ex

abbreviation

Definition of EX

Exodus

Other Bible Terms

antediluvian, apocalyptic, apocrypha, behemoth
Medical Dictionary

ex

abbreviation

Medical Definition of EX

1
examined
2
example
3
exercise
July 27, 2015
yaw Hear it
to move off course or to alternate
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