Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun One who is drafted, especially for military service.

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  • noun One who is drafted (into a military service, etc)

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  • noun someone who is drafted into military service

Etymologies

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From draft +‎ -ee.

Examples

  • One prevalent "myth," we are told, was that African Americans were overrepresented in draftee ranks during that conflict.

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  • "Behind a draftee is the order of an officer - we are interested in the officer."

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  • "Behind a draftee is the order of an officer - we are interested in the officer."

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  • "Behind a draftee is the order of an officer - we are interested in the officer."

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  • "Behind a draftee is the order of an officer - we are interested in the officer."

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  • "Behind a draftee is the order of an officer - we are interested in the officer."

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  • "Behind a draftee is the order of an officer - we are interested in the officer."

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