consignee

[ kon-sahy-nee, -si-, kuh n-sahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF consignee

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Our friend the consignee had himself been on board at the time the "accident" occurred.

That was the consignee of the strangest shipment ever billed out of Ascalon.

When the stuff is delivered, the certificate is handed over with it to the consignee.

At the termination of the voyage, he must deliver the goods to the consignee or his agents.

I wanted to look up the consignee and see where he wanted the cargo of lumber.

Below are blank lines for name and address of the consignee.

For advising the consignee of the arrival of his goods a charge of 1d.

A person to whom goods are sent to be sold on commission is a consignee.

The consignee removes all the cases, and the table is declined.

They handed the goods to the consignee and brought back the receipt.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CONSIGNEE

bearer

nounperson who requests payment of bill
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