Meaning of frontwoman in English:


Pronunciation /ˈfrʌntˌwʊmən/

nounplural noun frontwomen

  • A female lead singer of a pop or rock group.

    ‘the frontwoman for one of this city's feistiest rock bands’
    • ‘The frontwoman revived the grunge look several years too late, pairing a vampy lipstick with mussed-up hair.’
    • ‘She is one of the great front women in rock.’
    • ‘Her first stop was at home, where the No Doubt frontwoman was joined by her band members in hosting a family event.’
    • ‘The frontwoman had a lot to share with the famed mag, dishing on everything from talking about her body to applying makeup twice a day.’
    • ‘I'm hard pressed to think of a better rock band frontwoman right now.’
    • ‘Harper is the self-absorbed frontwoman for a band that's about to break.’
    • ‘The bassist was actually giving his frontwoman a run for her money in the style department with this hot pair of shades and all-black outfit.’
    • ‘The 38-year-old frontwoman is releasing her first-ever solo album.’
    • ‘The punk rock frontwoman announced last month she was changing her name.’
    • ‘She is one of my favourite front women of the past decade.’
    • ‘Boasting one of the most compelling front women in music, Blondie have enjoyed a stream of timeless top ten hits bursting with great hooks and brilliant iconic lyrics.’