feoffee

noun
feoff·ee | \ fe-ˈfē , fē-ˈfē \

Definition of feoffee 

: one to whom a feoffment is made

First Known Use of feoffee

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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feoffee

noun
feoff·ee | \ fe-ˈfē, fē-ˈfē \

Legal Definition of feoffee 

: a person to whom a feoffment is made

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