envoy[ en-voi, ahn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF envoy
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This will be confirmed by your official attendant, who will be an Envoy's Courier.
Ahead of him Cesare sent an envoy to Bentivogli, to demand its surrender.
This envoy arrived within three days and delivered his message.
There was no minister, no envoy to appeal to, and nothing left but to comply.
How is this difficulty about the new Greek envoy to the Porte to end?
"I begin to think I might be an envoy myself," said Harcourt.
When an envoy is snubbed, he always asks for leave of absence.
It was clear that the envoy was gone, keeping in the shadow of the shore.
The envoy's description of Francis's curative power is interesting.
After the envoy and the chief had exchanged compliments, business began.