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allottee

[ uh-lot-ee ]
/ ə lɒtˈi /
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noun

a person to whom something is allotted.

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Origin of allottee

First recorded in 1840–50; allot + -ee
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Example sentences from the Web for allottee

  • Upon the death of one leader another was elected, so upon the death of the allottee of a piece of land it reverted to the state.

  • But Mr. Goudy is not the only allottee to suffer by this "past-all-understanding" methods of the Indian Service.

    The Discards|Lucullus Virgil McWhorter
  • Let the allottee then hold his lot upon the conditions which we have mentioned.

    Laws|Plato

British Dictionary definitions for allottee

allottee
/ (əlɒtˈiː) /

noun

a person to whom something is allotted
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