cohostess

noun
co·host·ess | \(ˌ)kō-ˈhō-stəs \
variants: or co-hostess
plural cohostesses or co-hostesses

Definition of cohostess 

: a woman who is a cohost of something (such as a television show) It is correct for two or three friends to get together and act as cohostesses for a shower, as when two or three attendants give a joint shower.The Hartford Courant Let's go to calls for Kathie Lee Gifford. … She's also the co-hostess of Miss America.— Larry King Minnie was an adorably chic dinner co-hostess— Sara Gidick

First Known Use of cohostess

1906, in the meaning defined above

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Dictionary Entries near cohostess

cohortative

cohosh

cohost

cohostess

cohousing

cohow

cohune

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