Thesaurus / emissary
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Infused with social media–savvy prose and all the latest tech fads—from cryptocurrency to brain-computer interfaces—the story unfolds through retelling from the alternating points of view of an alien emissary’s closest friends.

Instead, he sent mid-level emissaries to assure the solicitous officials his company would sort things on its own.

It is quite true that he was approached by an emissary of Napoleon during April.

TalleyrandJoseph McCabe

But her emissary was obliged to return unsuccessful, and had his feet and hands cut off for his pains.

The Story of RouenSir Theodore Andrea Cook

We knew them both; it was the fairy of Care, and the emissary of Fortune.

Andersen's Fairy TalesHans Christian Andersen

Hodges is examined on suspicion of being an emissary from the British, sent to stir up the Indian tribes against the Americans.

Surely no one would have taken him to be an emissary of the Metropolitan Police.

The Count's ChauffeurWilliam Le Queux

Yet Mr. Armytage was not really so granitic of nature as the Bigart emissary had thought him.

Merton of the MoviesHarry Leon Wilson

He sent off all his men by the wrong roads, while Baillon, the emissary of the Commune, struck the track at once.

Lectures on the French RevolutionJohn Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton

An emissary threw a chair, and for a moment Locke lay still in pain.

The Master MysteryArthur B. Reeve and John W. Grey


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