Definitions

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  • noun One who is assaulted; the victim of an assault.

Etymologies

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assault +‎ -ee

Examples

  • Escalation, at least under the common law, reverses the roles of the individuals, the assaultor because the assaultee.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Drug Dealers’ Self-Defense Against Other Drug Dealers

  • Escalation, at least under the common law, reverses the roles of the individuals, the assaultor because the assaultee.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Drug Dealers’ Self-Defense Against Other Drug Dealers

  • Both the assaulter and assaultee survived the attack and apprehension respectively, unlike the last time the police engaged in a high profile faced off with a sword carrier ets.

    yesterday’s news of the weird: shit and swords | Seattle Metblogs

  • Escalation, at least under the common law, reverses the roles of the individuals, the assaultor because the assaultee.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • It has the added secondary benefit of giving the assaultee more confidence, which could possibly also play a role in making the attacker second-guess his previously violent intentions.

    Defense Review

  • It has the added secondary benefit of giving the assaultee more confidence, which could possibly also play a role in making the attacker second-guess his previously violent intentions.

    Defense Review

  • My point is that while I believe Israel has every right to defend itself, even in law, self-defense becomes assault when the assaultee employs disproportionate force when defending oneself ... sadly, that's what I see happening right now.

    AfterEllen.com - Because visibility matters

  • Escalation, at least under the common law, reverses the roles of the individuals, the assaultor because the assaultee.

    Libertarian Blog Place

  • It has the added secondary benefit of giving the assaultee more confidence, which could possibly also play a role in making the attacker second-guess his previously violent intentions.

    Defense Review

  • It has the added secondary benefit of giving the assaultee more confidence, which could possibly also play a role in making the attacker second-guess his previously violent intentions.

    Defense Review

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