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Definition of "rex" []

  • King: part of the official title of a king, now used chiefly in documents, legal proceedings, inscriptions on coins, etc (noun)
  • An animal which has a genetic recessive variation that causes the guard hairs to be very short or fully lacking. (noun)

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Use "rex" in a sentence
  • "And over all these float flags of every hue and purport, from the blue and gold with its loyal "_Ut rex, sit rex_" to the ominous crimson, flaming with a lurid furnace and the terrible motto, "_Quasi ignis conflatoris_.""
  • ""To Charlemagne's vaulting ambitions," Lewis writes, "the symmetry of a Frankland flanked by two conquered peninsulas proved irresistible - rex Hispanicum added to the title rex Francorum et Langobardum.""
  • ""To Charlemagne's vaulting ambitions," Lewis writes, "the symmetry of a Frankland flanked by two conquered peninsulas proved irresistible ” rex Hispanicum added to the title rex Francorum et Langobardum.""