eximious [eg-zim-ee-uh s]
1. distinguished; eminent; excellent.
Origin: 1540-50; < Latin eximius select, distinguished, excellent (derivative of eximere to take out, remove), equivalent to ex- ex- + -im- (combining form of emere to take) + -ius -ious
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