Definition of Prexes

1. prex [n] - See also: prex



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prexes

prewpub
prewrap
prewrapped
prewrapping
prewraps
prewrite
prewrites
prewriting
prewritings
prewritten
prewrote
prewyn
prewyns
prex
prexactly
prexes (current term)
prexie
prexies
prexy
prey
prey on
preyed
preyer
preyers
preyful
preying
preys
prez
prezackly
prezactly

Literary usage of Prexes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Biographical Sketches of the Hon. the Lord Provosts of Glasgow by John Tweed (1883)
"Andrew Lauchlan, late prexes. James Laird, late Treasurer, William Maclean, jun. Andrew Roy. R. Ferguson. J. Bryce. George M'Kean. James Yuill. ..."

2. An Appendix to a Treatise on the Law of Elections by William Thomas Roe (1812)
"... from giving their Votes " at such Elections,' by extending the Provisions thereof to Persons voting in any Meeting of Freeholders for prexes or Clerk, ..."

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