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vestee

[ ve-stee ]
/ vɛˈsti /
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noun
a decorative front piece worn under a woman's jacket or blouse so as to be visible at the neckline.
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Origin of vestee

1905–10; vest (noun) + -ee, spelling variant of -y2
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