cochairwoman

noun co·chair·wom·an \ ˌkō-ˈcher-ˌwu̇-mən \

Definition of cochairwoman

plural cochairwomen
: a woman who is a cochairman
  • I led him by the arm to find one of the two cochairwomen. I wanted to turn Randall over to her so that I could round up people to pose with him for the publicity photo.
  • —Art Feinglass
  • … Representative Toni Walker, the Democratic cochairwoman of the legislature's Appropriations Committee.
  • —Susan Haigh
  • As cochairwoman of Disney Media networks, she oversees influential TV institutions such as ABC, the Disney Channel, ABC Sports, Disney Channel Worldwide, and ABC Family among others.
  • —Karin Klenke

First Known Use of cochairwoman

1928

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