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[puh-roh-lee, -roh-lee] /pə roʊˈli, -ˈroʊ li/
a person who is released from prison on parole.
Origin of parolee
1915-20; parole + -ee Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Improve parolee outcomes as evidenced by fewer drug-related revocations and related criminal violations.
  • The parole agent chases the fleeing parolee and fires his weapon, and the parolee is arrested.
  • Parole may be revoked whenever a parolee violates a rule or condition of parole, as set forth in this policy.
  • The parolee can elect to have a preliminary hearing which must be held within seven business days from the notice's issuance.
  • The parolee is released if the examiner does not find probable cause.
Word Origin and History for parolee

1916, from parole (v.) + -ee.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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