emissary

[ em-uh-ser-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF emissary

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Or—harking back to her original theory—that he was an emissary from Scotland Yard?

I am no more than the emissary of Her Majesty—it is to her that your thanks are due.

Fearlessly this emissary of love penetrates the realms of despair.

Could he be an emissary from some one whom the old forger had reason to evade?

The emissary and compadre of Hernandez spurred his horse close up.

I give you my word of honor, sir, that I am ignorant of the arrival of this French emissary.

Here was a spy from "the crowd," an emissary of "the modern."

The Nipe had to be treated as an emissary from his home world—wherever that may be.

Joe Two-Hawk had come as a sort of emissary from the Brulés.

He sent an emissary to request a conference with a representative of the fruit company.

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