noun, plural du·ces [doo-seez, dyoo-, doo-keys] /ˈdu siz, ˈdyu-, ˈdu keɪs/, dux·es [duhk-siz, doo k-] /ˈdʌk sɪz, ˈdʊk-/.
Origin of dux
Examples from the Web for dux
The Dux flushed with indignation, glared straight at the head master by way of reply, and closed his lips.
How could I ever have imagined a fellow like Crofter was worthy to hold a candle to my old Dux?
He died on August 29, 1823, and the family of Waldsteins of Dux disappears.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume I (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer
Tell me, friend Dux,” interrupted the Dominie, “doth a jackdaw die in any peculiar way?Jacob Faithful|Captain Frederick Marryat
I was thankful when the ceremony was over, and the Dux and I found ourselves with our luggage in the hall waiting for our cabs.