Ap*point*ee" (#), n. [F. appoint'e, p. p. of appointer. See Appoint, v. t.]


A person appointed.

The commission authorizes them to make appointments, and pay the appointees. Circular of Mass. Representatives (1768).

2. Law

A person in whose favor a power of appointment is executed.

Kent. Wharton.


© Webster 1913.

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