tutee

noun
tu·​tee | \tü-ˈtē, tyü-\

Definition of tutee 

: one who is being tutored

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But beyond the professional relationship, both the tutors and the tutees form a personal bond. Brittney Mcnamara, Teen Vogue, "What These Americans Want Trump to Know About Their Syrian Friends," 20 June 2017

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First Known Use of tutee

circa 1927, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for tutee

tutor + -ee

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