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  • as inenvoy
  • as inlegate
  • as inpope

synonyms for nuncio

  • delegate
  • diplomat
  • emissary
  • minister
  • representative
  • agent
  • ambassador
  • bearer
  • carrier
  • consul
  • courier
  • intermediary
  • internuncio
  • legate
  • medium
  • messenger
  • plenipotentiary
  • vicar
  • attaché
  • chargé d'affaires
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      How to use nuncio in a sentence

      The Pope wished to make Wolfe a bishop, and to invest him with all the pomp proper to a nuncio.
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      Three times he made excuse; and at length the Nuncio went on foot to seek in Froben's press the scholar who would not come to him.
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      The nuncio, Salviati, informs us that young Guise urged his mother herself to kill Coligny.
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      The papal nuncio and the Venetian envoy were mediators as well as members of the congress.
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      The moment Luther arrived the nuncio approached him with great demonstrations of friendship.
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      The papal nuncio arrived almost at the same time with only four attendants.
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      For once the poor apostolical nuncio could hold out no longer.
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      But, in reality the nuncio's efforts were directed not against papers and books, but Luther himself.
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      At these words the imperious nuncio gave vent to his indignation: "What!"
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      How will he act, placed, as he is, between the papal nuncio and the Elector to whom he owes his crown?
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      WORDS RELATED TO NUNCIO

      • agent
      • ambassador
      • attaché
      • bearer
      • carrier
      • chargé d'affaires
      • consul
      • courier
      • delegate
      • diplomat
      • emissary
      • intermediary
      • internuncio
      • legate
      • medium
      • messenger
      • minister
      • nuncio
      • plenipotentiary
      • representative
      • vicar
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