"Ex" Words

These are words with the prefix "e-" or "ex". The prefix "e-, ex-" comes from the Latin preposition "e, ex" which means "out of".

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  1. exception

    an instance that does not conform to a rule
  2. excessive

    beyond normal limits
  3. efficient

    able to accomplish a purpose
  4. evidence

    an indication that makes something apparent
  5. exclude

    prevent from entering; shut out
  6. evoke

    call forth, as an emotion, feeling, or response
  7. exonerate

    pronounce not guilty of criminal charges
  8. expedite

    process fast and efficiently
  9. emission

    a substance that is released
  10. extract

    remove, usually with some force or effort
Created on July 2, 2013
(updated November 24, 2013)