diplomacy

[ dih-ploh-muh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF diplomacy

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Calmness, justice, and consideration should characterize our diplomacy.

Instead of this, it was the aim of our diplomacy to dissipate the opposition.

In diplomacy, a last demand before resorting to concessions.

It was more; it was a mistake, a flaw in her diplomacy; for Calendar intercepted it.

I hoped, however, that diplomacy might still save us all sorts of a nasty row.

And under my eyes, Mexico is killed by diplomacy and by diplomats.

Diplomacy, my dear, is one of the necessary elements of life.

Those years of experience already mentioned had taught her diplomacy.

To what purpose was her diplomacy, her insincerity, her continued repression of vigour?

At their showin' up Enright begins to onkiver his diplomacy.

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