noun, plural prex·ies. Slang.
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Outside of Prex himself, there wasn't a better-known figure in my time.
And worse than all, inviting Prex into his room to have a cigar and a glass of Madeira!
Look, Prex, I know this is a big favor to ask, but it's on the level.
In a moment he heard a receiver click off, and a familiar voice said, "Prex speaking."
Mariel's eyes shifted momentarily to Prex's stoney face, then back to Shandor, ghosts of fear creeping across his face.
U.S. college slang for president (of a college), 1828. As a Latin verb, it meant "a request, entreaty."
1871, slang extension of prex.