[spohks-woo m-uh n]
- a woman who speaks for another person or for a group.
Origin of spokeswoman
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Examples from the Web for spokeswoman
When asked about Wahlberg and the TMZ story, a spokeswoman for the LAPD simply said, “we have no comment on that.”LAPD Foundation: Mark Wahlberg Would Make a Good Reserve Cop
December 9, 2014
Elizabeth Power, a spokeswoman for Novartis, confirmed to The Daily Beast that the vaccines had been removed.Did This Flu Vaccine Kill 13?
Barbie Latza Nadeau
December 2, 2014
The female fan base tends to hold steady at 38 percent, according to Amanda Regan, a spokeswoman for Feld Motor Sports.The Moms of Monster Jam Drive Trucks, Buck Macho Culture
November 22, 2014
The spokeswoman suggests that the girls had not been radicalized, only led astray.How ISIS’s Colorado Girls Were Caught
October 22, 2014
“All training is tiered to the level of risk each person may encounter,” said USAMRIID spokeswoman Caree Vander Linden.U.S. Soldiers Get Just Four Hours of Ebola Training
October 17, 2014
Netta had any amount of presence of mind, and did not at all object to be spokeswoman.The Youngest Girl in the Fifth
"I am listening," said the King, and he designated the one who should be spokeswoman.The Memoirs of a White Elephant
"Thank you," responded Esther, who appeared to be spokeswoman on all occasions.The Quiver 3/1900
"Miss Morgan shall be first spokeswoman," declared Sylvie gayly.Hope Mills
Amanda M. Douglas
Cecilia is the spokeswoman, and Sybilla puts in sobbing corrections now and again.Alas!