• (noun): A person inducted into an organization.
    Example: "Ty Cobb and Babe Ruth were 1936 inductees in the National Baseball Hall of Fame"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on inductee, inductees:

List Of Michigan Sports Figures - Motorcycle Racing
... Motorcycle Hall of Fame inductee, dirt-bike champion of the 1930s and 1940s (born in Port Huron) Ernie Beckman, Motorcycle Hall of Fame inductee, three-time National American Motorcycle Association national ... Motorcycle Hall of Fame inductee, winner of 8 dirt-track national competitions, top-ten ranking from 1981–1986 (born in Lansing) Doug Domokos, Motorcycle Hall of Fame ...
Made Man - Induction Ceremony
... An inductee will be required to take the oath of Omertà, the mafia code of silence ... to family, it usually involves the pricking of the trigger finger of the inductee, then dripping blood onto a picture of a Saint, typically St ... Assisi or the Virgin Mary, which is then set alight in his hand and kept burning until the inductee has sworn the oath of loyalty to his new "family," e.g ...
Asistencia Asesoría Y Administración - Hall of Fame
... 2007 inductees Antonio Peña, Rey Mysterio, Jr. 2008 inductee Eddie Guerrero 2009 inductee Pepe "Tropi" Casas 2011 inductee Octagón 2012 inductee Perro Aguayo ...
Leroy Edwards - Awards and Accolades - Career
... Foundation Basketball Hall of Fame inductee (1971) Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Association of Professional Basketball Researchers (APBR) Top-100 Professional Basketball Players ...
... Racing Hall of Fame inductee Buckpasser ... Racing Hall of Fame inductee Blue Larkspur and out of the extremely important broodmare La Troienne ... Racing Hall of Fame inductee Tom Fool, in 1963 Busanda produced the colt Buckpasser, who was the 1966 American Horse of the Year and a 1970 U.S ...

More definitions of "inductee":

  • (noun): Someone who is drafted into military service.
    Synonyms: draftee, conscript