appointee

[uh-poin-tee, ap-oin-tee]
noun
1.
a person who is appointed.
2.
a beneficiary under a legal appointment.

Origin:
1720–30; appoint + -ee, as translation of French appointé

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appointee (əpɔɪnˈtiː, ˌæp-)
 
n
1.  a person who is appointed
2.  property law a person to whom property is granted under a power of appointment

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appointee
1768, after Fr. appointé, from apointer (see appoint).
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Example sentences for appointees
These appointees rarely had prior experience in postal service and mail delivery.
All appointees to this distinction have taken place at the rank of baron.
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