spokes·​mod·​el | \ ˈspōks-ˌmä-dᵊl How to pronounce spokesmodel (audio) \

Definition of spokesmodel

: a model who is a spokesman or spokeswoman

Examples of spokesmodel in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Fashion Fair's relaunching with a brand-new spokesmodel to tie it all together. Jihan Forbe, Allure, 1 Sep. 2021 Tennis star Naomi Osaka has become a go-to spokesmodel, from a denim campaign with Levi’s to her own skincare line to a deal with salad chain Sweetgreen. Fortune, 20 May 2021 Today’s power move is not to land a contract as a celebrity spokesmodel, getting paid to get bossed around by some company, but to become the corporate boss yourself, seizing credit as a co-founder, co-owner, or creative director. New York Times, 14 Apr. 2021 Charles previously became an internet celebrity thanks to his makeup tutorials, and was later named CoverGirl's first male spokesmodel in 2016. Joey Nolfi, EW.com, 2 Apr. 2021 Maybelline New York just announced the K-pop group as its newest global spokesmodel, so ITZY is truly about to be everywhere. Devon Abelman, Allure, 1 Apr. 2021 By Air’s fashion director Carlos Nazario, made perfect sense to act as the spokesmodel for this aspect of the collection. Steff Yotka, Vogue, 3 Mar. 2021 The 61-year-old MacDowell, wearing Elie Saab, can claim being the longest-running beauty spokesmodel of anyone, going on close to 35 years with the French cosmetics giant. Roxanne Robinson, The Hollywood Reporter, 30 Sep. 2019 Park created a full face of YSL Beauty for Kravitz—unsurprisingly, considering the actor released a YSL lipstick line earlier this year and is also a spokesmodel for the brand. Emily Dixon, Marie Claire, 6 Jan. 2020

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First Known Use of spokesmodel

1984, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of spokesmodel was in 1984

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14 Oct 2021

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“Spokesmodel.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/spokesmodel. Accessed 27 Nov. 2021.

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