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extra-

 
word element [L.], outside; beyond the scope of; in addition.

ex·tra-

(eks'tră),
Without, outside of.
[L.]

extra-

Prefix meaning without, outside of.
[L.]

extra-

Prefix denoting outside, beyond, additional.

extra-

prefix denoting outside.
References in classic literature ?
"Look here, mates," said Jerry; "the gentleman offered me half a crown extra, but I didn't take it; 'twas quite pay enough for me to see how glad he was to catch that train; and if Jack and I choose to have a quick run now and then to please ourselves, that's our business and not yours."
W., and enter the extra room, where she remained until daybreak, when she was called by her husband and went back.
Wyatt into the extra stateroom, I was attracted by certain singular cautious, subdued noises in that of her husband.
The extra state-room, originally engaged for this girl during her mistress' life, was now merely retained.
Wade who helped put in the crop, borrowing a plow, harrow, and extra team, and repaying the loan with the use of their own horses and wagon.
"In reference," proceeds the Chancellor with extra distinctness, "to the young girl and boy, the two young people"--Mr.
`With extras?' asked the Mock Turtle a little anxiously.
They all had potted meats and such like, which they had brought in their play-boxes; and some had 'extras,' eggs or bacon, upon which Mr.
Philip noticed that 'extras' gave boys a certain consideration and made up his mind, when he wrote to Aunt Louisa, to ask for them.
In a family gathering, the kids also had eXtra fun with a magic show, cartoon characters, face painting and henna.
Rise in youth population and increase in western influence on them have led to increased consumption of alcoholic beverages, thus fueling the demand for extra neutral alcohol.
They found the deal led to a slowdown in the reduction of salt in people's diets, which they estimate has led to an extra 9900 cases of heart disease and stroke between 2011 and 2018, with an extra 710 deaths from these diseases.