signee [sahy-nee, sahy-nee] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a person who signs a document, register, etc.; signer; signatory: a signee of the Declaration of Independence.

Origin of signee First recorded in 1950–55; sign + -ee Examples from the Web for signee Historical Examples of signee

  • If any paper is ever signed, it is confirmed by certain scratches or marks known to belong to so and so—the signee.

    Cathedral Cities of Spain

    William Wiehe Collins

  • Word Origin and History for signee n.

    1953, from sign (v.) + -ee.

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