from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who is a legatee together with another; one of several legatees. Also
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A joint legatee.
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Antony Ferrara, the co-legatee, was not slow to recognise that a damaging stroke had been played, but he knew Dr. Cairn too well to put up any protest.
Genevra made up her mind on the instant that Drusilla was making herself unhappy over her good-looking husband's attentions to his co-legatee.
"It's plain to me that he is resting his audacious bones," said her ladyship, glancing brightly at her co-legatee.
Your co-legatee also possesses a block, perhaps not so delicate, but I daresay she feels the same about hers as you do about yours.
Browne, of course, revealed no present symptom of surrender to the charms of his co-legatee.