Definition of prexy in English:

prexy

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Pronunciation: /ˈprɛksi
 
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(also prex)

noun (plural prexies)

US informal
A president, especially the president of a college or society.
More example sentences
  • Except Carlow College's prexy Sister Grace Ann Geibel put this one together on Monday at Palumbo Hall on campus… and just try saying no to her.
  • But just try saying no to their daughter, Katherine Freyvogel, prexy of OCHS and the project's divining light.

Origin

early 19th century (as prex): college slang.

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