donee

noun
do·​nee | \ˌdō-ˈnē \

Definition of donee 

: a recipient of a gift

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Their little black book of political donees is Old Testament-thick. Ian Graber-stiehl, The Root, "Eau de Bull, Again: Good Ole Boys Have ‘No Concerns About Anything Inappropriate’ in Environmental-Racism Case," 11 Apr. 2018 China usually requires donee countries to use Chinese firms to build roads and ports, and so doesn’t employ local firms or train local workers. Anja Manuel, The Atlantic, "China Is Quietly Reshaping the World," 17 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of donee

1523, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for donee

donor

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Dictionary Entries near donee

dondom

done

done deal

donee

done for

Donegal

Donegal Bay

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donee

noun
do·​nee | \dō-ˈnē \

Medical Definition of donee 

: a recipient of biological material (as blood or a graft)

donee

noun
do·​nee | \ˌdō-ˈnē \

Legal Definition of donee 

: one that receives or is granted something (as a gift or power)

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