American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who has signed a document, such as a contract or petition.
- n. One who signs a contract, especially in athletic contexts
- sign + -ee (Wiktionary)
“Only one signee is an early enrollee, but he's a significant one.”
“Domonique Foxworth (a free agent signee from the Atlanta Falcons) and Fabian Washington figure to start on the corners, with vet Samari Rolle the nickelback.”
“San Jacinto (Texas) Junior College guard Carrington Tankston, another signee, is expected to bring some outside firepower.”
“After Mason came Dan Ellis, a free-agent signee from the Dallas Stars 'organization.”
“The job now goes to Josh Brown, a free agent signee from the Seattle Seahawks.”
“Jacob Bell, a free agent signee from the Titans, will help.”
“Manuel "Scooby" Johnson, a late signee, is also expected to start.”
“San Antonio Spurs: F Bruce Bowen, a free agent signee, is a solid defender and at 6-7, with the retirement of Sean Elliott, is looking more and more like the Spurs 'starting small forward.”
“Another scorned major-label signee, Virginia's Clipse took to the tapes while its heralded sophomore LP”
“During his tenure there, he grew unhappy with their treatment of him, such as a time they forced him to give a beat he'd produced for Snoop Dogg to label signee Kool G Rap instead, who didn't even want the beat.”
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