Origin of hex1
OTHER WORDS FROM hexhexer, noun
Other definitions for hex (2 of 3)
Origin of hex2
Other definitions for hex (3 of 3)
How to use hex in a sentence
With the power of Stevie Wonder, a hex has been put on a chair of the rival fan.
Meanwhile, crowds roared for Jonah Hex, which completely bombed when it was released last month.
Theyre Lancaster Dutch, recently imported, and they believe in the hex signs they painted on the barn.The Sex Life of the Gods|Michael Knerr
We could give one to ev'ry man, woman an' child in Faraway an' hex enough left t'fill an acre lot.Eben Holden|Irving Bacheller
Close to the camp, this ridge was cut by a small stream (Hex River) running through a stony gorge.Two Years on Trek|Louis Eugne du Moulin
The hex of the white feather—I can hardly believe that I have at last tracked it down.The White Feather Hex|Don Peterson
She remained standing in the room, watching me, her face pale, and hex eyes pained and puzzled.Bardelys the Magnificent|Rafael Sabatini
British Dictionary definitions for hex (1 of 2)
- short for hexadecimal
- (as modifier)hex code