• WordNet 3.6
    • n adoptee someone (such as a child) who has been adopted
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In literature:

Le cas echeant, les modifications adoptees par les Puissances entreront en vigueur des le commencement de la nouvelle periode.
"International Law. A Treatise. Volume II (of 2)" by Lassa Francis Oppenheim

In news:

How an adoptee pup graduated to family fixture.
How an adoptee pup graduated to family fixture .
Before becoming a prominent child star, playing adoptee Arnold on the hit sitcom.
Asian adoptee, now CLU grad student , researches ties.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -The first group of Haitian adoptees to arrive in Canada were greeted by caregivers and their new families when the plane touched down in Ottawa.
Potential horse adoptees look over horses for sale in 2005.
Adoptee runs interference for birth family.
Sun Mee Chomet and Katie Hae Leo are finding that their experiences as Korean American adoptees are resonating with far larger an audience than they ever imagined.
The long-shot presidential candidate now funding the Super Bowl ads was incensed she would invoke Tebow, an adoptee of the Christian right, in a pro-choice campaign and considered her column a call to murder.
They may believe that it is unusual for an adoptee not to have access to all of her original history.
Ann Wilmer, a member of the Green Ribbon Campaign for Open Records, thinks that the law does not do enough to give adoptees the truth about their identities.
This month's presentation will be an open discussion with a panel of adoptees, all who joined their families through a variety of avenues at Bethany Christian Services in Lancaster on Mon.
10 Successful Adoptees & Foster Kids Besides Steve Jobs.
Many Adoptees Apply To Get Birth Certificate.
Linda Knowlton talks about directing the documentary " Somewhere Between," a profile of Chinese adoptees in contemporary America.