prexy

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Pronunciation[edit]

Homophone: prexie

Noun[edit]

prexy (plural prexies)

  1. (slang) a college or university president
    • 1970, "Stanford prexy asks cut in paper support", (Ellensburg, Washington) Daily Record (UPI), 8 October 1970, vol. 70, no. 238, p. 3 [1]
      Stanford University's new president, angered by what he calls a "journalistic atrocity," wants student financial support withdrawn from the Stanford Daily.

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