recognisee
Recognizee Re*cog`ni*zee" (r[-e]*k[o^]g`n[i^]*z[=e]" or r[-e]*k[o^]n`[i^]*z[=e]"), n. (Law) The person in whose favor a recognizance is made. [Written also {recognisee}.] --Blackstone. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • recognisee — (Brit.) n. (Law) person to whom a legal obligation is made, one to whom a recognisance is made (also recognisee) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • recognisee — /rəkɒgnəˈzi/ (say ruhkognuh zee) noun Law someone to whom a person who enters into a recognisance is bound. Also, recognizee …   Australian English dictionary

  • recognisees — recognisee (Brit.) n. (Law) person to whom a legal obligation is made, one to whom a recognisance is made (also recognisee) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Recognizee — Re*cog ni*zee (r[ e]*k[o^]g n[i^]*z[=e] or r[ e]*k[o^]n [i^]*z[=e] ), n. (Law) The person in whose favor a recognizance is made. [Written also {recognisee}.] Blackstone. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • recognizee — (Amer.) n. (Law) person to whom a legal obligation is made, one to whom a recognizance is made (also recognisee) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • recognizees — recognizee (Amer.) n. (Law) person to whom a legal obligation is made, one to whom a recognizance is made (also recognisee) …   English contemporary dictionary

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