verb (used with object), trust·eed, trust·ee·ing.
- trust fund,
- trust hotel,
- trust territory,
- trustee in bankruptcy,
- trustee investment,
- trustee process,
Origin of trustee
Examples from the Web for trustee
“A heartfelt ‘thank you for your service,’ is no longer nearly enough,” said Martin Edelman, trustee of the Fallen Heroes Fund.Politicians are No Show for Opening of Privately Funded Vets Clinic|Rachel Rose Hartman|September 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He served for years as trustee of the Art Gallery of Ontario and as chairman of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
Next, however, trustee Malt notes that “the Romneys claimed a deduction for $2.25 million of those charitable contributions.”Romney Cut Deductions on 2011 Taxes to Maintain Campaign Pledge|Daniel Gross|September 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
On April 10th, Washington debated a new report by Medicare trustee Chuck Blahous.
Manhattan Federal Judge Jed Rakoff ruled that the trustee needed to prove the Mets owners had demonstrated “willful blindness.”Noreen Harrington: The Mets’ Madoff Whistle-Blower|Michael Daly|March 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He was a trustee of Alexandria and practiced law there and in Winchester.The Fairfax County Courthouse|Ross D. Netherton
He was a trustee and responsible, either directly or indirectly, for hundreds of buildings, and he wanted the news in writing.Crowds|Gerald Stanley Lee
But here again he collided with the thick wall of trustee bigotry.Queed|Henry Sydnor Harrison
This gentleman was a trustee, and seems to have been dissatisfied with being one merely in name.A History of Banks for Savings in Great Britain and Ireland|William Lewins
This selection presents to every librarian and library director or trustee some perplexing problems.A Book for All Readers|Ainsworth Rand Spofford