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  • n. Plural form of frontwoman.

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Examples

  • If you weren't familiar with the band, you'd think there were two "frontwomen" in the band.

    Home Theater Forum

  • Another progression: the drummer is dressed butchy in t-shirt and jeans, and the frontwomen are both wearing t-shirts under mini dresses.

    APAture Live

  • On their fourth album, "Arrow," the Bastards tightened up and got even heavier with help from producer Jim Eno Spoon, but still left the spotlight to one of rock's most compelling frontwomen of the moment.

    www.startribune.com

  • Of a benefit concert for Japan I said that the closing rock and pop acts "featured a dazzling variety of charismatic frontwomen."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Courteney Cox, Kim Cattrall, Susan Sarandon...were they just celebrity frontwomen for an elaborate hoax?

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Her staunch feminism and subversion of the sex-object archetype of female musicians later made her a key torchbearer for strong female frontwomen, particularly those within the Riot Grrrl scene.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • McQueen was also heavily involved in working with rock's sexiest frontwomen.

    Spin Magazine Online -

  • The spotlight was placed squarely on both Victoria Bergsman and Sarah Assbring, the two enchanting frontwomen who are the creative architects of both groups, and during their respective sets they shared both an endearing spirit as well as the same backing band (with Taken By Trees adding one more guitarist to the bass, guitar and drums set up of El Perro Del Mar).

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • And in most cases, they are the frontmen and frontwomen of the lot.

    Lynch Movie

  • Courtney Love was screaming while wearing a babydoll dress, and Britpop frontwomen such as Elastica's Justine Frischmann and Sleeper's Louise Wener were not conforming to typical ideas of femininity.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

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