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exs

adjective; clipping
characterized by preciseness, accuracy 'Exs' (pronounced 'eggs') is a shorter version of 'exactly' that high schoolers use where I'm from. It's simply a shorter, quicker, easier version of exactly that was coined by students in my class, and before long had spread among the whole school. The main body of people who use it are high schoolers (9th-12th graders) who participate in athletic competitions, specifically varsity athletics.
 
That's exs what I mean.
Etymology : exs (pronounced 'eggs'). Modern English. Clipping of ex-act'ly + s
Source : Friend from high school
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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