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1exlex

noun
plural

Definition of EXLEX

obsolete
:  outlaw
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Origin of EXLEX

Medieval Latin, from Latin, bound by no law, lawless

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2exlex

adjective ex·lex \ˈekˌsleks\

Definition of EXLEX

:  without legal authority <exlex government>

Origin of EXLEX

German exlex-, from Latin exlex bound by no law, lawless, from ex- 1ex- + lex law — more at legal

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