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Difference between Garnish and Garnishee

Garnish means to enhance in appearance or decorate something (most commonly food).

  • His broad-toed shoes were garnished with gold buckles.
  • The plate was garnished with a parsley sprig.

Garnishee, a legal term, means to seize one’s property or money.

  • The loan company garnisheed the deadbeat’s wages.