Origin of prez
Words nearby prez
How to use prez in a sentence
The pint-size prez gave the pep talk of the year, encouraging people everywhere to take risks and make the world a better place.Rob Ford, Kid President, What the Fox Say?, and More Viral Videos|The Daily Beast Video|December 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In the final strip, Zonker says, "Just for fun, I thought I'd break the ol' fourth wall and call Wesleyan's prez."
Durbin and Schakowsky may be even closer to the man who would be prez.
Presentoir, prez-en-twor′, n. a tray or salver: a Japanese lacquered stand for a bowl.
The case of Antonio Prez will be discussed presently and need not be further referred to here.
In May, 1582, Philip ordered an investigation into the different branches of administration, directed principally against Prez.
Suspicion fell on Prez, whose fellow-secretary and bitter enemy, Mateo Vzquez, reported the rumors to the king.
Convinced that Escobedo must be put out of the way, Philip ordered Prez to procure his death.