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spokeswoman

[ spohks-woo m-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF spokeswoman

Synonyms for spokeswoman

  • spokesman
  • spokesperson
  • announcer
  • elocutionist
  • lecturer
  • mouth
  • mouthpiece
  • orator
  • rhetorician
  • speechmaker
  • after-dinner speaker
  • keynoter
  • public speaker
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SPOKESWOMAN

Netta had any amount of presence of mind, and did not at all object to be spokeswoman.

"I am listening," said the King, and he designated the one who should be spokeswoman.

"Thank you," responded Esther, who appeared to be spokeswoman on all occasions.

"Miss Morgan shall be first spokeswoman," declared Sylvie gayly.

Cecilia is the spokeswoman, and Sybilla puts in sobbing corrections now and again.

"Then I'd like to see the man that can run it," declared the spokeswoman with fine spirit.

There was a goodly attendance of servants, and they had their own spokeswoman.

The spokeswoman had her discourse written out on her fan, and read it to his Majesty.

That,” said the spokeswoman, “is why Staley Hall is so much changed, and why another banner floats above the turrets.

Vita answered the knock and told Pell, who was spokeswoman, that: Mrs. Manton no come back yet.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SPOKESWOMAN

mouthpiece

nounspokesperson
  • PR person
  • agent
  • delegate
  • representative
  • speaker
  • spokesman
  • spokeswoman
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