ex

[ UK /ˈɛks/ ]
[ US /ˈɛks/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. out of fashion
    a suit of rather antique appearance
    outmoded ideas
    demode (or outmoded) attire
NOUN
  1. the 24th letter of the Roman alphabet
  2. a woman who was formerly a particular man's wife
    all his exes live in Texas
  3. a man who was formerly a certain woman's husband
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