One to whom another is bound by contract or legal agreement.(noun)
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Use "obligee" in a sentence
"Two is the deficit, which is getting larger and is piling up debt for the next decades, and it ' s not easy for obligor to try to teach the obligee."
"Historic nobility and royalty mostly understood the concept of noblesse obligee and ruling with the consent of the governed."
"Unlike natural duties, special obligations are grounded on something other than (or, in addition to) the intrinsic nature of the obligee."