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  • n. Plural form of tux.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Besides missing out on seeing band members Lips and Robb Reiner decked out in tuxes at the show, the producers are missing out on a huge opportunity by not being able to book the stars of “Anvil: The Story of Anvil” to actually perform.

    Top 10 Reasons the 2010 Oscars Will Fail » Scene-Stealers

  • The young men were all in tuxes and did various things to try to make themselves stand out.

    Times Two Beautiful

  • However high-minded the Festival gets, however much the auteurs think they own the joint, Cannes doesn't belong to the earnest old men in tuxes, or even to the hip young guys exposing their silk suits to Mediterranean salt water.

    GreenCine Daily: 2 days to Cannes.

  • The men in tuxes, ties ... the bravest wearing socks with a splash of colour.

    Ruby's Eyes

  • About a dozen couples in tuxes and bright, gorgeous gowns came into the park, accompanied by their parents.

    April 2006

  • It wound down with a beautiful presentation by a fullsize formal choir, in tuxes and black gowns and a real director.

    Gulf War II

  • 4: 08 AM sdn said ... i'm still trying to process the image of you and jeff ford in tuxes standing next to each other. your head looked fine to me, but it was bandaged by then. is jim better now?


  • Hallongren calls the tuxes "a big deal" and describes post-state celebrations and pep rallies in Elmhurst as "real motivation for everyone in the community."

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  • Sportsmen don't need to wear camo tuxes into the field, but we should certainly present ourselves with more class than this ad.

    Debate: Ads That Glorify The Kill

  • Is everyone else watching in their evening gowns and tuxes at home?

    The Emmy Awards Live Blog


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