Definitions

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  • noun A person who, or thing that is ejected

Etymologies

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eject +‎ -ee

Examples

  • The neatest solution to this crisis – the return of the chanteuse through the "wild card" system, permitting Cole to reprieve one previous ejectee – was then scuppered by the revelation that the Home Office is threatening to vote the singer and her family off the island, claiming that her mother has illegally claimed benefits – a suggestion strongly contested by the family's lawyers.

    The Gamu Nhengu Factor

  • "You just don't fit in," she told the first ejectee, before writing him a "farewell letter"â€presumably on stationery for which she felled and pulped the trees herself.

    Nighttime Martha: Too Real for Prime Time? - Tuned In - TIME.com

  • Daniel Franco, double "Project Runway" ejectee, has taken up reality show hopping.

    From Inside the Box

  • 'The Bachelor': Kissimmee ejectee says she's won't be surprised if Sanford woman wins WOFL - posted by halboedeker on February, 4 2010 3: 11 PM

    SplicedFeed

  • Daniel Franco, double "Project Runway" ejectee, has taken up reality show hopping.

    From Inside the Box

  • Oh, and one last thing, apologies for abandoing my Top Model duties during my vacation last week, and missing Furonda's snap-tastically strutting exit: She may have looked like a really pretty insect, but the girl had spunk, unlike this week's ejectee, Sara, who for the umptmillionth time trotted out her '' discovered in a mall '' shtick.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • "Rock Star" ejectee, Chicagoan Jessica Robinson, for a piece that appears in Wednesday's Tribune.

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  • "Rock Star" ejectee, Chicagoan Jessica Robinson, for a piece that appears in Wednesday's Tribune.

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  • Oh, and one last thing, apologies for abandoing my Top Model duties during my vacation last week, and missing Furonda's snap-tastically strutting exit: She may have looked like a really pretty insect, but the girl had spunk, unlike this week's ejectee, Sara, who for the umptmillionth time trotted out her '' discovered in a mall '' shtick.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • "Rock Star" ejectee, Chicagoan Jessica Robinson, for a piece that appears in Wednesday's Tribune.

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