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  • noun Plural form of spokesmodel.

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Examples

  • Theatrical ploys like "spokesmodels" are another troubling indicator, says David Hornik, a venture capitalist.

    As Tech Heats Up,

  • It was awkward especially for the actors and spokesmodels, hokey -- the show's host, Ed McMahon, wore a powder blue tux -- and even a bit silly.

    Evan Shapiro: America Ain't Got Talent

  • Agence France-Presse/Getty Images As the face of Estée Lauder, Ms. Liu joins elevated company—past 'spokesmodels' for the French cosmetics giant include actresses Elizabeth Hurley and Gwyneth Paltrow.

    Liu Wen's Rise to the Top

  • It was awkward especially for the actors and spokesmodels, hokey -- the show's host, Ed McMahon, wore a powder blue tux -- and even a bit silly.

    Evan Shapiro: America Ain't Got Talent

  • The French cosmetics brand has surfed on its slogan, tweaking its pronouns and its glamorous spokesmodels as it went, yet clinging to its self-esteem-boosting message.

    L'Oréal Slogan Must Prove Worth Anew

  • Her name got slapped on it by the coterie of vicious fascists she spokesmodels for.

    Palin gets tough on Obama's health care proposals

  • Prominently displayed will be their fashion taste, as worn by their spokesmodels.

    What to Wear That Says 'Buy This Porsche'

  • First, one of the former Bush spokesmodels -- Dana Perino -- stated that there was no terrorist attack during the eight years Bush was in office, magically forgetting the tragedy of 9-11-2001.

    Printing: Fox and Facts

  • First, one of the former Bush spokesmodels -- Dana Perino -- stated that there was no terrorist attack during the eight years Bush was in office, magically forgetting the tragedy of 9-11-2001.

    Fox and Facts

  • Now the agency simply wants to take another look, and the big telecom carriers and their Congressional spokesmodels are raising holy Hell that the FCC wants to regulate the Internet.

    Art Brodsky: Texas Congressman Plans Sneak Attack on the FCC

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