muggee


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muggee

(ˈmʌɡiː)
n
the victim of a mugging
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Noun1.muggee - a victim of a mugging; "the law seems to give more protection to the mugger than to the muggee"
victim - an unfortunate person who suffers from some adverse circumstance
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Any gallery visitor was a possible muggee. Rafael Ferrer's installation--a bucket, a rope, a sheltering cloth, evoked a homeless abode, or perhaps it actually was an abode; Barry Le Va's nine cleavers planted in the wall at equal intervals alluded to a minimalist aesthetic but evoked dead chickens and serial killings; Louise Bourgeois's multi-phallic homage, " The Destruction of the Father" nudged us away from our patriarchal past; Suzanne Harris's megalithic dance contraption, "The Wheels," composed of revolving eight-foot wooden gears, provided dance sites for the nimble.
"It seems to me you might now be the muggee. After all, you're no longer with your friends, you're all alone.
Both were mugged, or I should say they were part of an attempted mugging both of which found the muggers becoming the muggees.