[ uh-noo-i-tnt, uh-nyoo- ]

  1. a person who receives an annuity.

Origin of annuitant

First recorded in 1710–20; annuit(y) + -ant

Words Nearby annuitant Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use annuitant in a sentence

  • The office of the Amicable annuitant Society, on the east side of the court, occupies the site of the ancient hall and chapel.

    The Town | Leigh Hunt
  • From time to time he went to see his annuitant, just as one goes in July to see when the harvest is likely to begin.

  • Every line traced by the "lean annuitant" was as familiar to Tom Folio as if he had written it himself.

    Ponkapog Papers | Thomas Bailey Aldrich
  • Such an event, however, is almost as rare as resignation of an office-holder or the death of an annuitant.

    My Native Land | James Cox
  • That was the only bit of luxury in that poor annuitant's abode.

British Dictionary definitions for annuitant


/ (əˈnjuːɪtənt) /

  1. a person in receipt of or entitled to an annuity

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