Allottee



a person to whom something is .
Historical Examples

But Mr. Goudy is not the only allottee to suffer by this “past-all-understanding” methods of the Indian Service.
The Discards Lucullus Virgil McWhorter

Let the allottee then hold his lot upon the conditions which we have mentioned.
Laws Plato

Upon the death of one leader another was elected, so upon the death of the allottee of a piece of land it reverted to the state.
Landholding In England Joseph Fisher

noun
a person to whom something is allotted

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