4. [ih-pit-uh-mee] Epitome noun epit·o·me \ i-ˈpi-tə-mē \: a typical or ideal example : embodimenta : a summary of a written workthe golden rule is often cited as the epitome of moral conduct: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” ex officio EKS uh-FISH-ee-ohadverb, adjective 1. by virtue of office or
official position.The grand inquisitor was ex officio president for life of the royal council of the Inquisition. Ex Officio By virtue of office or positionAdjective, Adverb"an ex officio member of the committee"
Ex officio ˈeks əˈ fiSHēō|adverb& adjectiveby virtue of one's position or status: [ as adj. ] : an ex officio member of the committee. ex officio 1.) adv, adj2.) by virtue of office or official position3.) The 66incumbent is ex officio chairman of every vestry meeting.4.) [ eks uh -fish -ee-oh] Ex Officio 1. (adv., adj.) by virtue of office or official position. 2. The priest was ex officio, but Captain Dwyer was a gentleman, born and bred.3. [EKS uh-FISH-ee-oh] Ex officio adverb or adjective ex of·fi·cio \ ˌek-sə-ˈ fi-shē-ˌō , -sē- \by virtue or
because of an officethe Vice President serves ex officio as president of the Senate ex officio 1. by virtue or because of an office 2. adjective /// adverb 3. the Vice President serves ex officio as president of the Senate 4. ˌek-sə-ˈ fi-shē-ˌō , -sē- \
Exhort Verb. To urge strongly, advise earnestly. ex • hort "the media have been exhorting people to turn out for the demonstration" Exhort To strongly encourageVerb"the media have been exhorting people to turn out for the demonstration" Exhort igˈzôrt|verb [ with obj. and infinitive ]strongly encourage or urge (someone) to do something:the media have been exhorting people to turn out for the demonstration | [ with direct speech ] : “Come on, you guys,” exhorted Linda. exhort 1.) verb2.) to urge, advise, or caution earnestly; admonish
urgently.3.) They did not baldly call for a coup, but they did exhort soldiers to “take a stand.”4.) [ig- zawrt ] Exhort 1. (v.) to urge, advise, or caution earnestly; admonish urgently.2. They did not baldly call for a coup, but they did exhort soldiers to “take a stand.”3. [ig-ZAWRT]
exhort 1. strongly encourage or urge (someone) to do something. 2. verb 3. "the media have been exhorting people to turn out for the demonstration" 4. [ig-zawrt] Exhort verb ex·hort \ ig-ˈzȯrt \ to incite by argument or adviceexhorting voters to do the right thing Infringe (v) to violate,trespass,go beyond recognized bounds;to break a rule, law, etc in • fringe They infringed building regulations Infringe To trespass upon,
violateVerb"making an unauthorized copy would infringe copyright" Infringe inˈ frinj|verb (infringes, infringing, infringed) [ with obj. ]actively break the terms of (a law, agreement, etc.): making an unauthorized copy would infringe copyright.• act so as to limit or undermine (something); encroach on: his legal rights were being infringed | [ no obj. ] : I wouldn't infringe on his privacy.
infringe 1.) verb2.) to violate, transgress; commit a breach3.) The election is on Tuesday and Freeman is rightfully concerned that his political views might infringe upon her chances.4.) [in- frinj ] Infringe 1. (v.) to commit a
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