a person who is .
a beneficiary under a legal .
A Democratic city that elected Democratic leaders is now controlled by the appointee of a Republican governor.
The Republican Occupation of Detroit Sally Kohn July 29, 2014
Jack Lew certainly fits the mold for a high-level Obama appointee.
Is Lew a Financial Regulator? Matthew Zeitlin January 10, 2013
On the House side, all we know now is that Paul Ryan will be a Republican appointee.
Debt Debate’s Dead End Michael Tomasky August 2, 2011
The ATF has not had a permanent director since 2006, when Congress required the consent of the Senate for any appointee.
ATF Shakeup in Mexico Drug Sting Corbin Hiar August 30, 2011
And Bernanke, who came into public life as a Bush appointee, has become a hate object among many on the right.
Bernanke Hints at Fed Exit, but Don’t Expect Big Name to Succeed Him Daniel Gross June 5, 2013
To what extent ought the President in making appointments to take into consideration the politics of the appointee?
Government in the United States James Wilford Garner
When his appointee was duly chosen he proceeded to the investiture.
An Introduction to the History of Western Europe James Harvey Robinson
To this end he went to a village where lived a member of Congress, who, he thought, might make him his appointee.
Pike & Cutlass George Gibbs
The appointee is usually a member nominated by the local members.
Pistol and Revolver Shooting A. L. A. Himmelwright
Frazier’s appointee, however, was a lieutenant from a distant station.
A Trooper Galahad Charles King
a person who is appointed
(property law) a person to whom property is granted under a power of appointment
1768, after French appointé, from apointer (see appoint + -ee).
a person who is . a beneficiary under a legal . Contemporary Examples Obama was right to call for a 90-day up-or-down vote for appointees, no matter who is president next year at this time. 6 Worthy Policy Ideas From Obama’s 2012 State of the Union Speech John Avlon January 24, 2012 “Perry appointees are […]
to name or assign to a position, an office, or the like; designate: to appoint a new treasurer; to appoint a judge to the bench. to determine by authority or agreement; fix; set: to appoint a time for the meeting. Law. to designate (a person) to take the benefit of an estate created by a […]
pertaining to or filled by : an appointive office. having the ability or authority to : appointive powers. Contemporary Examples Paterson—the father of recent Governor David Paterson—was a high-octane lawyer who held a number of appointive positions. Bill Lynch, the Culminator Michael Tomasky August 11, 2013 Historical Examples In New England rich shipowners rose at […]
- Appointment in samarra
a novel (1934) by John O’Hara.