n. pl. wing·wom·en (wĭng′wĭm′ĭn)
Slang A woman who helps, guides, or supports another, especially one who assists a friend in trying to seduce another person.

[On the model of wingman.]
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Ellie Goulding, 28, played wingwoman to Taylor on Saturday night as the girls hooked up with the Haim sisters and Selena Gomez, 22, to watch Calvin work the wheels of steel in Las Vegas.
And maybe it's her awesome confidence and fun-loving spirit, but she's a killer wingwoman to boot--super helpful when you decide to crash your crush's backyard bash.
Miley, 20, played wingwoman to Nicole, 35, as the couple went on a crawl of the capital's raunchy cabaret clubs on Saturday night.
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