abbr. Abbreviation for example.
Usage examples of "ex.".
That should have been obvious to me from the moment I laid eyes on her, but my set of ex- pectations about her had not included that possibility.
He held my head in that position for hours, until the fire was ex- tinguished.
She looked up at the low roof of the cave and ex- haled noisily through her nose.
She slowly turned her hands over until the palms were facing down and then she made a most beautiful, ex- ertive movement, a movement that seemed to engage every muscle in her body.
Her arms moved slowly, as if opening a very, very heavy door, until they were fully ex- tended laterally.
He let go, and as he retrieved his hand I saw a fleeting image of an ex- tension to it.
The Nagual gave them specific instructions to let their pieces ex- plode as far as they could in order to restore their strength.
She carefully ex- plained that there was no opposition, that my statement was correct, the tonal was also in everything.
When the table was filled, he ex- plained to them the difference between the tonal and the nagual, in the same terms he had explained it to me in a restau- rant in Mexico City, except that in their case his example was infinitely more graphic.