Addressee (noun)

A person or organization that a letter or message is sent or delivered to.

Origin:

Early 19th century: from address + -ee.

Examples:

  1. The addressee of the letter was the mayor.
  2. The package was marked for the addressee only.
  3. The email was sent to the wrong addressee.
  4. The addressee was not available to receive the package.
  5. The addressee was surprised by the unexpected delivery.
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