Definition of Spokeswoman

1. Noun. A female spokesperson.




Definition of Spokeswoman

1. Noun. Woman who speaks as the voice of a group of people. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Spokeswoman

1. [n -WOMEN]

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Literary usage of Spokeswoman

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1. Human Rights Watch World Report 1992 by Human Rights Watch (Organization (1991)
"Both US Ambassador Brown and the State Department spokeswoman deplored the ... The Department spokeswoman again criticized the deportations when they were ..."

2. Human Rights Watch World Report 1992 by Human Rights Watch (Organization (1991)
"Both US Ambassador Brown and the State Department spokeswoman deplored the ... The Department spokeswoman again criticized the deportations when they were ..."

3. Deeper Reading: Comprehending Challenging Texts, 4-12 by Kelly Gallagher (2004)
"Mayor Gavin Newsom said through a spokeswoman that the city would keep performing the marriages despite the judge's urging. "We will continue to issue ..."

4. Civilian Pawns: Laws of War Violations and the Use of Weapons on the Israel by Human Rights Watch (Organization), Human Rights Watch/Middle East, Arms Project (Human Rights Watch) (1996)
"A UN spokeswoman had confirmed that, fifteen minutes before the attack, ... M UN spokeswoman Sylvana Foa at the United Nations in New York said that the ..."

5. The Court of the Tuileries: From the Restoration to the Flight of Louis Philippe by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1884)
"The spokeswoman had got the speech by heart; that they were welcome to. For the rest, he left them to their own devices, or to the direction of M. de Seze, ..."

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