One who has retired from active working life.(noun)
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Use "retiree" in a sentence
"After all, if you compare the carbon footprint of a kid to a retiree, the retiree is the one who emits much more carbon, what with jet-setting off on vacations and whatnot."
"But for pension plans that expect to deplete their assets, the proposal calls for certain retiree obligations to be discounted based on a municipal-bond rate, currently averaging 2% to 3%."
"This bulky machine constructed by one enthusiast retiree from the Russian city of Kirov is powered by the old Yamaha motorcycle engine and is entirely made of scrap …."