Definition of retiree
: a person who has retired from a working or professional career
Examples of retiree in a Sentence
a group of elderly retirees
Recent Examples of retiree from the Web
But newcomers rushing to downtown jobs barely brush shoulders with the mostly white retirees who tee off on the golf course weekday mornings or the older families that work and play near home.
The homeowners are predominantly retirees from Carswell Air Force Base (now Naval Air Station Fort Worth) and General Dynamics, a portion of which was sold to Lockheed Martin in the early 1990s.
The group wants annual meetings to be streamed online and for Lampert to talk to the press and retirees more frequently.
Fewer young people means fewer workers to support a growing cohort of retirees, adding strains to pension and health care systems.
For more than a decade, several hundred retirees from the hulking Peterborough plant, which produced engines for trains and ships among other things, have claimed illnesses linked to exposure to toxins inside the factory.
Proceeds go toward the society’s programs for Camp Pendleton Marines and Sailors and their families, along with military retirees and widows.
Then there are the people who think of Boise as a great place for recreation or retirees.
Grant repeated Tuesday that the water board's pension program was healthy enough to cover present employees and retirees.
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Definition of retiree for English Language Learners
: someone who has permanently stopped working in a job or profession : a person who has retired
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