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  • n. One who is extradited.


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extradite +‎ -ee


  • It was midafternoon when we finally headed south on Pacific Coast Highway, me at the wheel, Davis and the extraditee in the backseat, Treadwell's wrists cuffed behind his back, ankles manacled to the front-seat housing.

    Hollywood Nocturne

  • The terms of the extradition treaty have not yet been disclosed, but what if the potential extraditee (?) contests the extradition, on grounds that the original conviction was politically motivated?

    Singapore Angle: Perspectives: Comments

  • "As long as the facts submitted before the requested state prima facie show the guilt of the extraditee in a foreseeable and logically consistent way, the said person can be tried on all such counts that can be conclusively proved against him or her," the apex court observed while directing the trial court to expeditiously conclude his trial.

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