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  • n. Plural form of pitchwoman.


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  • For Armani, Madison and Kardashian provide powerful platforms as digital pitchwomen.

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  • Princess Leia to be Coppertone's newest pitchwomen ...

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  • Another popular destination is a self-described tabloid-style site called Jalopnik, which recently featured a story about older pitchwomen called "The Seven Sexiest Auto Spokescougars."

    Americans Renew Their Love for Cars -- Online

  • More recently, one of its most prominent former pitchwomen -- track star Marion Jones -- admitted to using performance-enhancing steroids after years of staunch denials.

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  • Businesses with catchy names - The Dead Shed, the Mad Batter Baking Company - and others with, er, catchy visuals: seductive pitchwomen wearing tall boots, low tops and as little as possible in between.

    Vail Daily - Top Stories

  • Ads now ranged from purely artistic-products saw hardly any airtime-to trippy-products were shown, but not in a way that a buyer could relate to-to sarcastic-where pitchmen and pitchwomen spouted nonsense and openly mocked customers, as if consciously parodying Sony's own classic advertisements.


  • If there's "nothing on" in prime time these days, even with some 70 channels on our basic cable service, rest assured it's even worse seeing perky pitchwomen hawking junk jewelry or "lose 20 pounds in two weeks while eating whatever you want" infomercials at such a dreadful hour.

    Augusta Free Press


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