One upon whom something, such as an honor, is conferred.(noun)
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Use "conferee" in a sentence
"Haven't researched EVERY conferee, but I would not be surprised if there were some people of Jewish faith too."
""That'd be great," Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), a Republican conferee told me."
"She doesn't tell you that she held two special interest corporate PAC fundraisers while she was a conferee negotiating the financial regulatory reform bill (see the invitations here and here)."