war·​ran·​tee | \ˌwȯr-ən-ˈtē, ˌwär-\

Definition of warrantee 

: the person to whom a warranty is made

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Among the standard features in all West River Farms homes are architectural-grade shingles with a lifetime warrantee, maintenance-free vinyl siding and asphalt paved driveways. Tony Bacewicz, courant.com, "West River Farms, East Windsor," 28 June 2018 The L’Equip might put the tacky in tachometer, but as a blender the specs look pretty good: 900 watt motor, variable speed dial, 1.75 liter (3.7 pint) jug (sadly plastic, not glass) and a six-year warrantee. Charlie Sorrel, WIRED, "Blender With Built in Tachometer," 2 Jan. 2008

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1706, in the meaning defined above

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war·​rant·​ee | \ˌwȯr-ən-ˈtē, ˌwär- \

Legal Definition of warrantee 

: a person to whom a warranty is given or made

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