[ prek-see ]

noun,plural prex·ies.Slang.
  1. a president, especially of a college or university.

Origin of prexy

1855–60; prex (by shortening and alteration of president) + -y2
  • Also prex .

Words Nearby prexy Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use prexy in a sentence

  • prexy always comes to that and any of the alumni who happen to be down.

  • prexy has specially requested you to repeat the Flora picture,” she announced, breathlessly.

  • prexy, Miss Walker, was not only willing to coperate but delighted that the students were finding a way out of the difficulty.

  • prexy looks worried,” remarked Sid, as the good doctor passed on out of hearing.

    The Winning Touchdown | Lester Chadwick
  • “And of course she expected prexy or the registrar to go back and look for them,” added Rachel.

    Betty Wales Senior | Margaret Warde