Link to this page suffix: one which receives or benefits from a specified action: addressee. One that possesses a specified thing: mortgagee. one which carries out a specified action: absentee. One resembling: goatee. a certain, particularly a diminutive form of: bootee. One linked to: bargee. put into verbs to make words indicating a person or thing that's the object of that verb (ie, to who or even which an action is completed). Less generally added to verbs to make words indicating a person or thing this is the subject of this verb (ie, who or that does an action), especially where a passive sense of the verb is suggested. regularly develop words meaning a person who could be the other party to a contract involving an individual explained by the matching word ending in -or accustomed develop terms indicating someone who has encountered a specific surgical treatment Irregularly put into nouns to indicate a person somehow from the item denoted because of the noun. always form diminutives. View More others: A suffix made use of, mainly in law terms, in a passive signification, to indicate the direct or indirect object of an action, and/or anyone to whom an act is done or on whom a right is conferred; as in assignee, donee, alienee, grantee, etc. It is correlative to -or, the broker or doer. Related Sources Definition for "-ee" one which receives or benefits from a specified… View More Antonym for "-ee" Same Context for "-ee"