evictee

[ih-vik-tee, ih-vik-tee]
noun
a person who has been evicted.

Origin:
1875–80; evict + -ee

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evict (ɪˈvɪkt)
 
vb
1.  to expel (a tenant) from property by process of law; turn out
2.  to recover (property or the title to property) by judicial process or by virtue of a superior title
 
[C15: from Late Latin ēvincere, from Latin: to vanquish utterly, from vincere to conquer]
 
e'viction
 
n
 
e'victor
 
n
 
evic'tee
 
n

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The concept of eviction depends upon a relationship between the evictor and evictee of landlord and tenant.
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