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(Latin: a suffix; a person who; a thing which)


appointee (s) (noun), appointees (pl)
devotee (s) (noun), devotees (pl)
Someone who is zealously interested in something special; an enthusiast: Mark is a devotee of hiking in the forests.
An ardent suppoer or enthusiast of a cause, an art, or a sport.
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A passionate supporter of a physical activity.
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divorcee
draftee
employee
nominee
1. Someone who has been suggested (named) for a position, honor, or award, or as a candidate for office.
2. A person or group that holds title to a security or piece of real estate but is not actually the holder or owner.
payee (s) (noun), payees (pl)
1. A person to whom a payment is to be made.
2. Someone to whom money is being paid or is due; especially, the person to whom a check or money order is payable.
refugee (s) (noun), refugees (pl)
A person, or people, who flee for shelter or safety; especially, to a foreign country, as in a time of political upheaval, war, etc.: The recent military conflicts in Syria have resulted in thousands of refugees seeking shelter in other countries.
trainee
transferee (s) (noun), transferees (pl)
1. Individuals who move from one location to a different one: The supervisor, Mrs. Jenkins, convened a meeting of the staff to introduce the two new transferees to the department.
2. A person who is in receipt of property through a legal process: Doris was named the transferee in her parents' will.
vendee