- n. Plural form of draftee.
“There's talk that they'll urge the big name draftees to avoid the NFL draft ceremony and perhaps attend an alternate event.”
“A year ago, apparently, the students in question concocted a crude and disgusting new version of fantasy sports, in which the "draftees" were not prime athletes but unsuspecting eighth grade girls, and where the competition was based on how "far" the boys could get the girls to go sexually.”
“By 'draftees' he meant members of the space and merchant fleets who had not voluntarily applied for retraining but who had been classified by the positronic brain as likely candidates on the basis of all available data.”
“XXXXXXXXXXXX stated that the Tigers require at least one person between the ages of 18 and 35 per family to fight for the LTTE, apparently believing that if the "draftees" are at least 18 years old, the international community cannot criticize the Tigers for requiring military service.”
“He was swearing, shouting and "draftees", made them parade, do push-ups, paint grass and snow, clean shoes of the superiors, and fulfil other absurd orders.”
“Rude awakening no. 1, first time in their proud history they allowed "draftees" (or needed them”
“As a result, there were questions about not only who immigrants supported in the war but where the loyalties of immigrant draftees might lie.”
“He also discovers most of the draftees in combat are 18 and with no more than a high school diploma while he is about to turn 21 and has two years of college.”
“Even in Moscow, only about half the draftees were showing up, and thousands later deserted.”
“Louisville coach Rick Pitino wants potential NBA draftees to have more time to make their decision.”
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