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Definition of Departee
1. one that departs [n -S] - See also: departs
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Literary usage of Departee
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Meeting by Asiatic Exclusion League, San Francisco (1908)
"A Japanese induced 13-year-old Ethel departee <>i Cul-de-sac, Idaho, to leave her home with ... The Jap was an employee of Mr. departee in his restaurant. ..."
2. The Metropolitan (1845)
"... and the departee, it is sure to kindle into warmth at the moment of separation. Even the person you hate the sight of by your side, you begin to relent ..."
3. Maria Cecilia; Or, Life and Adventures of the Daughter of Achmet III by Joseph Lavallée (1789)
"Ith accl.i'- - mations : every where I experienced the • gallantry of the French riation-. •' Aftera ;. fortnight's reft I • departee^bm. ..."
4. Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive by United States Congress. Senate (1852)
"It crosses a morass of about half a mile in width, between stations 464S and 4656, and a branch of departee creek at station 4672. ..."