diplomatic

[ dip-luh-mat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF diplomatic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIPLOMATIC

Mr. Davis conducted the diplomatic relations with the Mamunds.

"It was in the diplomatic school he was taught that art," said Mr. Devereux.

I simply looked as diplomatic training can teach any one to look.

To-day at the Vatican, he keeps on a footing of diplomatic reserve.

It was in my diplomatic capacity that I first became acquainted with him.

The diplomatic body wore the dresses of their respective Courts.

Or if he did, he was diplomatic enough not to jeopardize his post by babbling of it to me.

On the whole he had inclined towards the Diplomatic Service.

It is not, then, a diplomatic representation; it is not an embassy.

And now, in an easy, diplomatic way, he took his turn at questioning.

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