Definition of inductee in English:

inductee

noun

  • See induct

    • ‘I didn't think too much of it until our Rescue Officer had us all stay back in the meeting room after the new inductees and the rest of management had left.’
    • ‘The 17-member volunteer board of directors makes the selection of inductees each year during a special board meeting the first week of May.’
    • ‘I wore one from 18-22; I left it out on my first day at work only to find that one of my fellow inductees also had one’
    • ‘Looking at the list of inductees, it is telling to note that record label support (major label support in the vast majority of cases) is almost the rule.’
    • ‘The five inductees in the performer category were the top vote-getters among 15 nominees on this year's ballot.’

Pronunciation

inductee

/ɪndʌkˈtiː/