[ UK /ɐdˈɒptiː/ ]
[ US /əˈdɑpˈti/ ]
  1. someone (such as a child) who has been adopted
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How To Use adoptee In A Sentence

  • But, as he regretfully learned, his adoptees' public high schools were so bad that many of the kids dropped out, squandering an extraordinary opportunity.
  • Hereto nonpasserine as a mortgage broker loan favorableness circumferential of imponderable bourn and adoptee, musd inimitable southerner, grownup bullace and coeducational heyerdahl. Rational Review
  • The laws of the place where the adoptee was normally resident at the time of the adoption or of the place where the court is located, will govern the dissolution of an adoptive relationship.
  • Activist movements led by adult adoptees have crusaded against the ‘secrets and lies’ of confidential adoption.
  • I have NEVER heard of a case when an adoptee threatened the safety of their birthparent (which doesn't mean it has never happened). Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • A westernized Irish adoptee, Joong-Ah inevitably flies back to Korea to confront her past and to see the country she is really from, only to fall in love with her brother, Jae-Bok.
  • In other words, it was the adoption or civilization process-by degrees-that advanced the adoptees to their elevated social ranks.
  • The argument for heredity having a relatively strong influence on this disease rests primarily in studies involving families, adoptees and twins.
  • Article 28 The laws at the habitual residence of the adopter and the adoptee shall apply to the qualifications and formalities of adoption.
  • Many of us considered ourselves white trapped in Asian bodies, wrote one Korean adoptee in a 1999 study conducted by the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute in New York.
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