de·part·ee | \-pär-ˈtē \

Definition of departee 

: a person who is departing or who has departed

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Still, one or more of the Intel departees could be considered in the search that Intel’s board says will look at internal and external candidates. Aaron Pressman, Fortune, "Data Sheet—Big Questions Remain for Intel After CEO Upheaval," 22 June 2018 Most recent departees have headed to Florida, whose Puerto Rican population has surged to over 1m. The Economist, "America has let down its Puerto Rican citizens," 12 Apr. 2018 But those who commented from a Gunners' persuasion were also only too happy to see the Emirates Stadium January departee left worse off out of the two., "Arsenal Fans Laud Sebastian Larsson on Twitter Following Alexis Sanchez Spat," 26 Mar. 2018 Arsenal's Hector Bellerin has downplayed a dressing room divide over recent departee Alexis Sanchez but the Spaniard did admit his former teammate had a demanding attitude which often proved 'too much' for the rest of the team., "Hector Bellerin Claims Alexis Sanchez Demanded 'Too Much' During His Time at Arsenal," 17 Feb. 2018

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1943, in the meaning defined above

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evasion of direct action or statement

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