Rescussee
Rescussee \Res`cus*see"\ (r?s`k?s-s?"), n. (O.Eng. Law) The party in whose favor a rescue is made. --Crabb. [1913 Webster]

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  • rescussee — rescuˈssee Law. rare 0. [f. rescus rescous v. + ee1.] ‘The party in whose favour the rescue is made’ (Crabb, 1823) …   Useful english dictionary

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