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co- +‎ hostess


cohostess (plural cohostesses)

  1. A female cohost.
    • 1971, Ronald W Lackmann, Remember television
      Julia Meade assisted Ed as cohostess and chief product seller during and for a while after his Toast of the Town years.


cohostess (third-person singular simple present cohostesses, present participle cohostessing, simple past and past participle cohostessed)

  1. (rare) Of a woman: To act as a joint host.
    • 1979, Robert H. Pilpel, To the honor of the fleet, page 241:
      Erna had dragooned a reluctant Frau Ostlinger into cohostessing a lavish party at the consulate for the children of all the more prominent German-American families in New York.