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spokesmodel

[ spohks-mod-l ]
/ ˈspoʊksˌmɒd l /
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noun
an attractive or otherwise appealing person who is hired to speak on behalf of a company or product, as in a commercial.
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Origin of spokesmodel

1980–85; spokes(person) + model (in the sense “a person employed to display a product to the public”)
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