EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LESSEE
The two detectives watched the lessee narrowly as that question was put.
I was really manager most of the time, and lessee of the theatre.
Gray-coat parson, a lay impropriator, or lessee of great tithes.
The lady is either the owner or the lessee of the Urania Theater.
This was the opinion in the famous case of Martin vs. Hunter's Lessee.
He was sent on board by the lessee of the bar, who lived in Dubuque.
The owner to whom the lease is given is called the tenant or lessee.
The lessee pays a tenth of the produce of the soil for his right of cultivation.
Conductor, on The Apollonicon,—lent to the lessee for that night only,—Mr. Purkis.
Lessee has the right to renewal for ten years, rent not to exceed £3 an acre.
"one to whom a lease is given," late 15c., from Anglo-French lesee, Old French lessé, past participle of lesser (Modern French laisser) "to let, leave" (see lease).