spokesmodel

noun

spokes·​mod·​el ˈspōks-ˌmä-dᵊl How to pronounce spokesmodel (audio)
: a model who is a spokesman or spokeswoman

Examples of spokesmodel in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Following in the footsteps of celebrity spokesmodels Lana del Rey, Alex Cooper, and Usher, Sabrina Carpenter made her Skiims campaign debut in colorful lacy lingerie. Elizabeth Logan, Glamour, 1 Apr. 2024 And now Calvin Klein have revealed–quite literally—their newest spokesmodel, just in time for Pride season: actor Brandon Flynn. Philip Ellis, Men's Health, 31 May 2023 Played by Seeger, the coach silently radiates intense disapproval as Peter argues against reporting the discovery of performance-enhancing drugs in the facility’s refrigerator — not on the eve of the Olympic qualifying trials, not as Ray may ink a life-changing spokesmodel deal with Speedo. Christine Dolen, Sun Sentinel, 12 Dec. 2022 The mother of three has long relished her role as a spokesmodel for happiness, and last year, shared how ageism in fashion can be combated with a positive attitude. Anna Lazarus Caplan, Peoplemag, 5 Jan. 2023 The woman was identified in the lawsuit as a Jane Doe who worked as a professional dancer, model, host and spokesmodel. Nardine Saadstaff Writer, Los Angeles Times, 8 Apr. 2022 Picked from obscurity to be a Labatt beer spokesmodel, Anderson eventually left her native Canada for Los Angeles. Daniel D'addario, Variety, 26 Jan. 2022 For a time, Lansbury was the Herbal Essences spokesmodel. Ariel Levy, The New Yorker, 10 Jan. 2022 Fashion Fair's relaunching with a brand-new spokesmodel to tie it all together. Jihan Forbe, Allure, 1 Sep. 2021

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Word History

First Known Use

1984, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of spokesmodel was in 1984

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“Spokesmodel.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/spokesmodel. Accessed 22 Jun. 2024.

Kids Definition

spokesmodel

noun
spokes·​mod·​el -ˌsmäd-ᵊl How to pronounce spokesmodel (audio)
: a model who is a spokesman or spokeswoman

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