from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A contraction of executrix.
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Ai jus haz lunch – a nommee salid wiv hamm an exx!
I dunno - I still find this to be quite hilarious. scroll down to “get your exx on”
Zounds Grosvenor is it not a pity that the boy cannot exx marry her? for I am woefully afraid any cross breed will be a degenerate one!
Phariseeerr Republican gets caught doing some naughty stuff that involves the ess eee exx … A "conservative" spending (close to) two grand at a bar sounds kind of prodigal.
But around 1450, or even before, composers and performers started to use a contratenor bassus, derived not from the discantus but from the tenor, beneath which they sang alternate 3rds and 5ths, beginning and ending with a unison or octave, and with the cadential octave preceded by a 5th; to the resulting tricinium a new kind of contratenor altus might also be added, by singing alternate 3rds and 4ths above the tenor, beginning and ending with a 5th, and with the cadential 5th preceded by a 4th see exx.3 and 4 below.