auditionee

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noun au·di·tion·ee \ȯ-ˌdi-shə-ˈnē\

Definition of auditionee

plural

auditionees

  1. :  a person who is auditioned for something (such as a theatrical role) The auditions had now been under way for 20 minutes and the first successful auditionee now emerged. — Allegra Stratton, Muhajababes, 2006

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Origin and Etymology of auditionee

2audition + 1-ee


First Known Use: 1943


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