Definitions

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  • noun One who is attacked.

Etymologies

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attack +‎ -ee

Examples

  • What's more, it may be more dangerous to the attacker than the attackee.

    Re: Clinton Strategery - Swampland - TIME.com

  • Surely they know that Pastor Wright is the attackee and Duke is the attacker.

    Hillary Finance Committee Member Compares Wright And David Duke, Says Obama "Used Race Where It Suited Him"

  • He had talked earlier about the danger of the can opener to the other ship, saying that above the waterline it posed no danger of sinking the attackee.

    The Whale Warriors

  • He had talked earlier about the danger of the can opener to the other ship, saying that above the waterline it posed no danger of sinking the attackee.

    The Whale Warriors

  • And I'm tired of the double standard whereby a "certified victim group" organization or member may attack with impunity and even use racially inflammatory language - then feign being overcome with psychological agony and demands for collective societal retribution when the attackee lashes back.

    "A minor show-business miracle took place."

  • The attacker knows where he is going, The attackee has to react.

    Hogs Haven

  • If a new poster attacks a long-time poster then many will likely jump in to defend the attackee and let the newbie know how wrong they are.

    Wired Campus

  • If a new poster attacks a long-time poster then many will likely jump in to defend the attackee and let the newbie know how wrong they are.

    Wired Campus

  • It also put the attackee in position to go on the offensive.

    Ask MetaFilter

  • The attackee simply raised both arms straight in the air then spun quickly towards the attacker.

    Ask MetaFilter

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