Definition of spokesperson
Examples of spokesperson in a Sentence
a statement from the company's spokesperson
the spokesperson for the protesting students presented their demands to the administration
Recent Examples of spokesperson from the Web
A spokesperson for DiCaprio said that those items, and an Academy Award won by Marlon Brando which was given to DiCaprio as a set gift by Red Granite to thank him for his work on The Wolf of Wall Street, were voluntarily returned.
A man appeared north of a trestle over 266th Street in Kent, and the crew put the train into emergency brake but could not stop in time, the spokesperson said.
The BNSF freight train that hit the pedestrian was hauling empty containers north to Everett, according to a BNSF spokesperson.
An agency spokesperson declined to say what, if anything, has been done to stabilize the program since the November hearing.
LMPD spokesperson Dwight Mitchell said Monday that the investigation into the May shooting is ongoing.
Gareth Blakesley is operations manager at Lake Katherine Nature Center and Botanic Gardens in Palos Heights, and Lambrini Lukidis is spokesperson for Cook County Forest Preserves.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is asking that his testimony before the Senate intelligence committee be made open to the public, a Justice Department spokesperson said.
Update: A spokesperson from the OSU Radio Observatory, where the Wow! signal was detected, has reached out to express skepticism of this discovery.
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First Known Use of spokesperson
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Definition of spokesperson for English Language Learners
: a man or woman who speaks for or represents someone or something
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