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  • n. Plural form of ex.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ex.

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Examples

  • Just a week after Courteney Cox and David Arquette revealed the fact that they have been separated for some months, a newish viral video featuring the soon-to-be-exes is circulating online.

    David Arquette, Courteney Cox and the PSA that makes no sense

  • The media is working in tandem with a handful of Labor right-wingers and an even smaller number of "exes" - ex-prime minister Paul Keating, ex-premiers Bob Carr and Morris Iemma and ex-Olympics minister Michael Knight - who want Frank Sartor to take the premiership.

    newmatilda.com - Comments

  • In fact, quite a lot of it, in the immortal words of one of my friends’ exes, is a load of old wank.

    “A Load of Old Wank” « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog

  • So many people, though, act like their exes are their possessions.

    David Wygant: Why Do We Feel Possessive of Our Exes?

  • Eventually, I even assembled a team of researchers to do more legwork (these brave souls went so far as to call their exes ... who called their exes) until the web expanded far beyond our own circles.

    Bill Shapiro: Other People's Love Letters

  • But there are other ones I like too--Q's a good one--and I also think nostalgically of what I might call exes--call numbers I used to frequent all the time but now only encounter now and then.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • Don't take their word for it that ALL of the exes were the crazy ones or that they were done wrong at every job they've had - and usually they've had tons of both exes and jobs.

    Comments for Damn Interesting

  • And her profits were small and her "exes" constantly increasing: tips to the call-boy, who cleaned her bike; tips to the stage-manager; half-crowns and five shillings in every direction.

    The Bill-Toppers

  • Scott Pilgrim (played by Michael Cera) must battle the seven evil "exes" of his new girlfriend Ramona Flowers (played by played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead).

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  • Kathryn Bigelow wins battle of 'exes' as 'Hurt Locker' storms Baftas Curiouser and curiouser: From Wonderland to Glee, we're falling in love with our childhoods all over again Frank Skinner to front new BBC2 show new

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