ombudswoman[ŏmˈbŭdz-wo͝omˈən, -bədz-, -bo͝odz-]
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A woman who investigates complaints and mediates fair especially settlements between aggrieved parties such as consumers or students and an institution or organization.
Origin: ombuds(man) + woman.