a person invested with a fief.
- feoff·ee·ship, noun
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How to use feoffee in a sentence
Except in the cases, comparatively rare before the statute Quia Emptores, in which the feoffee is to hold of the feoffors lord.Domesday Book and Beyond | Frederic William Maitland
Only those who were privies in estate with the original feoffee to uses, were bound by the use.The Common Law | Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
After the death of the feoffee the grant reverted to the State; and the governor thereupon disposed of it anew.The Former Philippines thru Foreign Eyes | Toms de Comyn
John Hand was a feoffee for many years, and during his time executed, as was usual, the office of collector or treasurer.
British Dictionary definitions for feoffee
(in feudal society) a vassal granted a fief by his lord
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