appellee /ˌapəˈliː, əˌpɛˈliː/

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I. noun


[Law]
(chiefly US) the defending party in a case taken to a higher court.
– origin mid 16th cent.: from French appelé, past participle of appeler ‘call’. from Latin appellare ‘to address’ (see appeal).

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