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He was too good a diplomate to be pumped in that simple way by such a one as Archibald Currie.
THE AMERICAN SENATORANTHONY TROLLOPE
She thinks him a great diplomate,' communicated Jane in return, and her arm received an ecstatic squeeze.
BEECHCROFT AT ROCKSTONECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
"The Alt-Schloss is indeed a picturesque construction," said the diplomate, by way of generally inviting my confidence.
First among the diplomatists of his time, his reputation as a diplomate has passed out of mens minds.
Such evidence leaves nothing to be said in regard to his qualities as a diplomate.
Il n'était pas diplomate—comme on le peut voir—mais il avait de l'esprit, et sa conversation était pleine d'anecdotes curieuses.
COLLECTIONS AND RECOLLECTIONSGEORGE WILLIAM ERSKINE RUSSELL
Our spy is a gentleman who will appear wearing the ribbon of the Legion of Honor, and looking like a diplomate.
A diplomate followed, and he also, in his sphere, received the most dextrous and well-turned replies.
A conversation I accidentally fell into with another diplomate procured me some interesting particulars.
Intrepid warrior and skilled diplomate, In his strong hands he holds the red man's fate.
CUSTER, AND OTHER POEMS.ELLA WHEELER WILCOX

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